Tyler, The Creator and A$AP Rocky Perform “Who Dat Boy” for the First Time
Tyler, The Creator is about to deliver his highly-anticipated Flower Boy album, which is slated to drop tomorrow (July 21), but fans have been getting a taste of the excitement over the past couple of weeks. The Odd Future founder did a performance at Agenda last week, where he brought out A$AP Rocky to perform "Who Dat Boy" with him for the first time.
Tyler hit up the Long Beach festival for his thrilling set, where he kept the crowd hyped up with a slew of his biggest hits. He decided to turn things up a notch by bringing out the A$AP Mob rapper to perform their new collaborative hit song, as he was also on the lineup for the festival.
"Who Dat Boy" serves as the first single off of Tyler's new album, and gives the best impression of how expressive the entertainer may be on the project. The two, who have previously gone on tour together, showed off their on-stage chemistry, feeding off of each other's energy as they spit their bars over the enthusiastic track.
The video for the track was released at the end of June, which was a twisted, short film that dove into Tyler and Rocky's creativity, sharing the story of a man whose experiment went horribly wrong. The song is also the first track Tyler's ever had on the Billboard Hot 100.
Watch the video of Tyler and Rocky performing "Who Dat Boy" for the first time below.
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