The rapper's collaborative album with Earl Sweatshirt is unlikely to be released
Tyler, The Creator has ruled out a future album with fellow Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt.
The pair performed together under the moniker at last year’s Reading and Leeds Festivals and supporting Eminem. A full-length album was on the cards with Earl telling NME that the pair would begin working on it when they were ready to “sit down” and do it.
However, Tyler has now said that he wanted to scrap the project. Answering a question from a fan on his Spring.me account about the album, he replied: “I don’t want to do it anymore and to be honest it will never live up to the expectations of people that really want it. Not that that really matters, but I’m not in the mindframe to do a whole album of that shit.”
He continued: “I don’t want to do it. Maybe one day when I don’t want to make clothing and furniture and gay ass fruity music about lakes and shit, I’ll get back around to hard hitting raps, but the way things are looking, it’s only gonna get worse until I turn full fag.”
Earlier this month, Tyler responded to reports that he was arrested for inciting a riot at a show at SXSW festival in Austin, Texas.