After all the attention his 2015 new album “Cherry Bomb” got among most musicians, Tyler, The Creator has revealed how happy he is for the LP that has inspired a lot of musicians including Kanye West.
In a report by NME , Tyler, The Creator talked about his collaboration with West, who appeared on the track entitled “Smuckers.” In addition to Yeezus, Lil Wayne joined him to spit out some verses for his record.
“I’m like, ‘Oh my God, this is f-cking amazing,” he said.
“Lil Wayne would sound so good over this.’ I sent Wayne a reference of what I was going to put, and he sent me the verse back.
I legit was about to cry.” He even revealed how Lil Wayne helped him to build up the track and asked his assistance in getting the song for the new album more interesting by bringing in more verses for the song.
“I played it for ‘Ye at his house literally four days before the album was due,” he continued.
“He was like, ‘OK, I got to step my bars up.
Y’all niggas is spitting.’ It was such a sick thing to know that me and Wayne had to put ‘Ye back on his feet.
Like, what the f-ck? I’m 24 years old.
What am I going to look forward to at 30?” In addition to that, Billboard revealed that the rapper originally intended the song to be for the use of Jay Z and Kanye before using it for his new album.
“I made ‘Smuckers’ in 2011 and sent it to Jay Z and ‘Ye,” Tyler, The Creator said.
“They were going to use it, but I kind of took it back.” Tyler, The Creator’s new album entitled “Cherry Bomb” was released on April 13 by surprise and became an instant hit for his fans and for other musicians alike.