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Tyler The Creator Releases Two New Songs Cut From The ‘Igor’ Sessions

Tyler The Creator is increasingly becoming known for releasing juicy tidbits and leftovers from his expansive album recording sessions to Twitter and it’s nearly always a treat. Today, the Grammy-nominated rapper-producer-designer shared his latest cutting room extras in the form of a pair of songs from the Igor sessions, “Best Interest” and “Group B.”

For “Best Interest,” Tyler again mines the ’50s-’60s soul-esque sounds that characterized the majority of Igor, accompanying the song with video featuring Tyler riding a boat through what looks like the Florida lowlands, surrounded by marshes and alligators. He explained the video on Twitter, saying that he “was on a boat, told the homie to just start filming, i was lip syncing to no music, was surprised when it synced up perfectly.”

“Group B,” on the other hand, is a much more straightforward sort of rap song, featuring little more than a soul sample and Tyler’s ferocious bars. He introduced this song simply writing, “i also have some raps, here ya go.” He didn’t have a story for the bars on the track but he did express a bit of admiration at his own work, following up with one final tweet: “group b hard n**** sheesh.”

Check out “Group B” and “Best Interest” above.

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