Tyler, The Creator delivers another epic freestyle. This one, which the rapper dropped off today (July 18), finds the West Coast artist taking a cruise over Lil Baby and Drake's Wheezy-produced "Yes Indeed" instrumental. He calls this one, "Bronco."

Adopting the flow Drizzy used on the original, Tyler unloads a verse that sounds like one extra-extended run-on sentence. "I sit in my garden and play Stevie Wonder/And get foot massages while Clancy talk numbers/He threw me some game and I swear I wont fumble
might cop me a Bronco to ride for the summer," he spits on the track.

Continuing his assault on the track, Tyler also makes some time to include a Ludacris name-drop. "I drive like a tutor when i move, it moves/The transmission like Luda now ketchup like packets/My new nigga pretty your new bitch is tacky like Busta Rhymes jackets want smoke I can match it," he spits.

At 57 seconds, Tyler's freestyle isn't a lengthy one, but he definitely goes in on the track. This one marks just the latest in his freestyles he's dropped off this year. Back in April he hopped on Trouble's Drizzy-assisted track, "Bring It Back." A couple months later, in June, Tyler freestyled on Kanye West and Kid Cudi's Kids See Ghosts title track. Later on that month, he served up a verse over Jacquees' "No Validation," calling the track "Gelato."

Check out the latest of Tyler's impressive freestyles for yourself just below.

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