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Seattle-based musician Nat Puff (a.k.a. Left At London) is letting die-hard Tyler, the Creator fanatics know just how to make a signature Tyler, the Creator song with an accurate and humorous instructional video.

In the two-minute clip published via Twitter, the artist delved on the creative process of Tyler, The Creator’s music, ranging from the rapper’s early beginnings with Goblin, all the way to the current Flower Boy era. When explaining the differences in sound between both eras, Puff expressed that Tyler, The Creator’s “persona went from a homophobic psychopath to a lonely gay man who made The Grinch soundtrack.”

Puff also admits to being a fan of Tyler The Creator, and this level of accuracy in the clip is extremely hilarious. Even Tyler himself acknowledged the video and approved of the instructional visual, however, he added that there should a bit more “Ayo” added.

In response, Puff thanked Tyler and hopes that the positive impression will offer a chance in performing a set at his Camp Flog Gnaw festival.

Last fall, Puff also released an instructional video on how to make a Frank Ocean song. Peep it below.

For more from Nat Puff, you can view some of the artist’s own music via YouTube or by visiting Puff’s official website.

Words by Renz Ofiaza
Staff Writer

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