Tyler The Creator Still Wants To Perform Overseas

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    Tyler's no longer bound to his deal with XL Records.
    "'Wolf' is the first of his albums to be released via a distribution partnership between Odd Future and Sony."
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Yesterday, we reported Odd Future was banned from entering New Zealand after the country categorized the group as “terrorist threats.” Since the story surfaced, Tyler, The Creator has taken to Twitter to respond on behalf of his group. The Wolf rapper/producer is never one to hold his tongue, and staying true to form, his unfiltered comments are not only funny, but bring up a valid point in defense of the West Coast-based collective.