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‘I’ll Be Out There One Day’: Tyler, The Creator Cancels South American Tour Dates

 

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Tyler, the Creator just announced the cancellation of his South American tour dates. The Odd Future rapper was supposed to perform in Chile, Brazil, and Argentina this month.

The rapper confirmed the cancellation of his shows via his Twitter account, but the Creator assured his fans that he will perform for them one day.

The rapper has not revealed that real reason behind the cancellation of his shows, but he was supposed to also perform at the Festival Estéreo Picnic in Colombia this month.

Tyler, The Creator Releases 'Flower Boy'

Last year, the Creator made headlines after he released his Flower Boy album. The compilation was nominated for Best Rap Album at the 2017 Grammy Awards.

The Creator opened up about Flower Boy and Cherry Bomb last year and said that he felt as though a lot of people hated the latter.

"For Cherry Bomb, I purposely was like 'I don't wanna get personal at all,' like, 'I'm just gonna make songs.' And in Flower Boy, I was like, 'Alright, let me write down every feeling," said the Creator.

He also said that only those who listen to real music were able to appreciate his album. 

Tyler, The Creator Career

Tyler, the Creator is an American rapper from Landera Heights, California, whose real name is Tyler Gregory Okonma. The 27-year-old musician rose to prominence as the leader and cofounder of Odd Future Records. In 2011, the Creator released his debut album Goblin under XL Recordings.

His second album, Wolf, was met with generally positive reviews. The compilation debuted at number three on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart. The Creator sold 90,000 copies of Wolf on its first week.

The rapper's other albums are Live At Splash!, Bastard, and Goblin.

Some of his most famous songs include "Who Dat Boy," "Yonkers," "IFHY," "She," "See You Again," "Domo23," "Tamale," "911 / Mr. Lonely," "Tron Cat," "Find Your Wings," "Smuckers," "Sandwitches," "I Ain't Got Time," "Deathcamp," "Jamba," "Trashwang," "2Seater," "Oldie," "Rusty," "Boredom," "Glitter," "The Brownstains," "Odd Toddlers," "Where This Flower Blooms," and more.

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