Tyler, The Creator’s ‘Flower Boy’ Album Is Available on Vinyl

Available for a very limited time.

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Yesterday, Tyler, the Creator revealed that there would be cassette copies of his Flower Boy album available for sale. Now, a vinyl edition of Flower Boy is available for purchase. The vinyl bundle, which costs $30 USD, comes with a digital copy of the LP and two bumble bee stickers. It will be on sale until Thursday night, July 27, and will take eight to ten weeks to ship to buyers. Cassette bundles, which include the digital album, a bee sticker and a bee enamel pin, costs $20 and will also take six to eight weeks to ship. Purchase your copy of the vinyl or cassette via the Golf Wang website.

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