Stream Tyler, the Creator's New Track, "Peach Fuzz"

A remix of Prophet’s “Wanna Be Your Man” out now on Stones Throw Records.

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Tyler, The Creator is on a musical tear this month following his onslaught of impressive one-off releases that include “435,” “Crust In Their Eyes,” and his latest remix of Jacquees’ “Gelato.” Now today, the rapper-turned-sandal designer drops off yet another rework – this time sharing a funk-esque freestyle over the “Wanna Be Your Man” beat by Bay Area funk maestro, Prophet.

This new Tyler version finds him not only spewing bars, but also channeling some inner-funk within as lays down an impressive, smooth melodic hook. Meanwhile if anyone’s interested, you can also stream the original version of Prophet’s “Wanna Be Your Man” here courtesy of Stones Throw Records.

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