Tyler, The Creator’s new track ‘Rose Tinted Cheeks’ references ’20th Century Women’

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Tyler, The Creator has shared a new track called ‘Rose Tinted Cheeks’, which contains a reference to the movie 20th Century Women.

The Odd Future rapper recently shared a new song called ‘Okra’, as well as a remix of Drake and Trouble’s ‘Bring It Back’.

Now he has uploaded ‘Rose Tinted Cheeks’ to YouTube. Listen below.


It includes the lines: “They Black Flag we AF / we BF as AF / but they won’t get that / that’s that 20 Century Women reference / you so hard to get like intricate metaphors”, which refer to a scene in 20th Century Women where Annette Bening and Billy Crudup’s characters dance to songs by Black Flag and so-called “art f*gs” Talking Heads.

Taking to Twitter, Tyler described ‘Rose Tinted Cheeks’ as “a song I never finished or went back to” while working on recent album Flower Boy.

“I’ve had [it] laying around and figured I just put it out as the demo/ rough draft,” he explained. “It is not really mixed or anything.”

Tyler also noted how the vocals for the hook would have been re-recorded by “a girl who could actually sing”, saying that he “wishes” he had finished the track.





Tyler’s recent track ‘Okra’, which saw him give a shout-out to Timothée Chalamet, who later responded.

Describing it as a “throwaway song”. ‘Okra’ included the lyrics: “Tell Tim Chalamet to come get at me / Skin glowin’, clear of acne”.

Later, Call Me By Your Name star Chalamet responded by retweeting a meme that a fan posted about what his reaction would likely be to the shout-out. It included photos of the actor falling out of his chair.