Tyler the Creator Drops Video “Sorry Not Sorry”

Tyler the Creator Drops Video “Sorry Not Sorry”

Tyler the Creator is preparing to drop a deluxe expansion of his Grammy-winning album. “CMIFYGL: The Estate Sale” will release on March 31. Tyler has shared a new song and self-directed music video for “Sorry Not Sorry.”

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In the video, Tyler pays homage to his past eras and album covers by recreating iconic looks. The song itself finds Tyler in a personal and confessional mode, apologizing to people in his life. This includes being too remote and self-involved, but ultimately asserting his independence and dismissing criticism. Also, Tyler described the album as a collection of songs that didn’t make the final cut for “CMIFYGL”. Subsequently, the songs he still loves and wants to share with fans.

 The album promises to showcase Tyler’s signature blend of vulnerability and humor. While reflecting on his life experiences and trolling his haters. For instance, with the new song called “Dogtooth,” which he produced himself. The track features a glossy, bouncy instrumental that’s typical of Tyler’s signature sound. Also, gritty rap bars showcase his impressive songwriting skills. Tyler sets out the criteria for what it means to be a close friend to him. The song is a tantalizing glimpse of what fans can expect from “The Estate Sale”. Which promises to be another boundary-pushing album from the innovative artist.

Tyler’s unique blend of humor, vulnerability, and musical experimentation has made him one to watch for this generation. For example “Sorry Not Sorry” shows his creative prowess.

I’m sorry to my ancestors (I’m so sorry), I know I’m supposed to fight (I know) But this ice shinin’ brighter than a black man’s plight, I’ma make it right In the meantime, I’ll give some advice while these blood diamonds gettin’ cleaned off

Sorry Not Sorry

Fans of Tyler, the Creator can look forward to the release of “Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale” on March 31. In the meantime, can enjoy the visually striking “Sorry Not Sorry” music video.

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