Tyler, The Creator continues serving up new heat for fans everywhere. Today (May 22), the creative dynamo unloaded a new visual for "435," a song he says he recorded during a Flower Boy Tour stop in Philadelphia this past February.

In a tweet describing the song, Tyler gives fans a bit of background information on the tune.  “This was recorded like early Feb, just a verse I recorded in Philly on the Flower Boy tour, this is not an indication of how future things will sound.”

For this one, Tyler is in full flex mode as he spits over a smooth instrumental with a dreamy vocal sample from Saint Etienne's “4:35 In The Morning."  Over the course of about a minute and a half, Tyler takes one long deep dive into his wordplay bag as he delivers quotable after quotable.

"Golf boys, it's them Golf boys, in that 12-seater looking like a hawk boy/Getting to the paper, better re-up on your chalk board," he spits on the track.

This track marks the third loosie Tyler's dropped over the last couple months. At the end of March, Wolf Haley dropped off a track by the name of "Okra." A couple weeks later, in April, he unloaded a remix of Trouble's Drake-assisted tune, "Bring It Back." The last cut he released was a tune called "Rose Tinted Cheeks," a song he originally recorded while crafting his Flower Boy album. Now, we've got "435."

Check out Tyler's new song and video for yourself below.

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