This is Why Tyler, the Creator's "Flower Boy" is a Classic Album

At first Tyler, the Creator's sound wasn't something I was feeling initially, but it grew on me like a flower. Though his sound wasn't universally appealing, it's okay because he has an extremely loyal fanbase that will mess with anything that he drops.

His most recent album to date called Flower Boy challenges Tyler's ability to flow on tracks with no instrumental cohesiveness. In other words, he's rapping on different types of sound on every track.

So does Tyler's willingness to push boundaries (as he always does) on music of different elements on a 14-track album make the project a classic?



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