Tyler The Creator unveils new track 'about drug dealer-turned-killer' - listen

It's called 'Garbage' and it's apparently set to appear on the 'Grand Theft Auto 5' soundtrack

Tyler The Creator unveils new track 'about drug dealer-turned-killer' - listen

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Tyler, The Creator has unveiled a new track called 'Garbage' via MissInfo.tv. Scroll down and click 'play' to give it a listen.

The track is apparently set to appear on forthcoming video game Grand Theft Auto 5, whose soundtrack is reportedly also due to include music by Muse, Snoop Dogg and Rihanna.

Taking to Twitter yesterday (August 24), the rapper explained how the track came about. "IDK I WAS BEING CREATIVE ONE NIGHT. I WANTED TO MAKE A BEAT THAT REMINDED ME OF DRUG DEALING OLD FAMLAY CLIPSE TRASHCAN SOUNDING SHIT SO YUH", he wrote, before describing the track's subject matter.


Meanwhile, Tyler The Creator and his Odd Future bandmate Earl Sweatshirt performed as duo EarlWolf on the Main Stage at Reading Festival on Saturday (August 24) and at Leeds Festival on Sunday (August 25). The duo also played a headline show at London's Koko on Wednesday night (August 21) and supported Eminem at several huge outdoor shows this month.


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