Tyler, The Creator’s New Album Could Be Arriving This June

Marking two years since ‘Flower Boy’ dropped.

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It’s been a minute since Tyler, The Creator released a studio album, and it looks as if his Flower Boy follow up could be releasing as early as this June.

According to newly-released financial documents from Sony, which spotlights upcoming projects across its music, film, electronic and TV divisions, “Noteworthy Projects” was amongst the information provided. This section goes on to state projects that are expected during the quarter ending on June 30 and Tyler’s name is included in the list. Unfortunately the album’s name has not been revealed as of yet, only showing a “T.B.D.” next to his name.

Other album’s listed are Khalid’s Free Spirt, which debuted earlier this month, along with DJ Khaled’s Father of Asahd and BTS’ Map of the Soul: Persona, amongst others.

July would mark two years since the release of 2017’s Flower Boy. Since 2009, the rapper has shared projects every two years. Keep it locked here for more information regarding Tyler, The Creator’s upcoming fifth studio album.

In related news, Pharrell brought out JAY-Z, Tyler, The Creator, Snoop Dogg and more during the inaugural Something in the Water Festival.

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