Tyler, The Creator has been gifting fans with one-off tracks left and right. On Tuesday (June 26), the Odd Future frontman dropped off "Peach Fuzz" to add to his ensemble of recent releases, and the day before he shared "Gelato."

The single finds Tyler reworking Stones Throw Records signee Prophet's “Wanna Be Your Man" as he sings about the fleeting expiration date on summer flings. "Peach Fuzz" serves as trilogy in the rapper's recent string of releases including yesterday's arrival of  “Gelato,” an interpolation of the Jacquees song “No Validation." Last week, Tyler also unleashed “Crust in Their Eyes,"a two-minute take on Kid Cudi and Kanye West 's Kids See Ghosts title track.

While Tyler's sixth studio album Flower Boy is nearly a year old at this point, that hasn't delayed the Cali native from unveiling stirring visuals like last month's "435" or bringing back his coveted Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival for another year.

Press play on Tyler, the Creator's newest offerings “Peach Fuzz” and "Gelato" below.

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