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Tyler, the Creator tells fans what they can expect from his headline set at Coachella this year

A photo of Tyler, the Creator performing live. He's wearing a fluorescent jacket and is sporting cheetah-like hair.
Tyler, the Creator. (Shutterstock/agwilson)

Tyler, the Creator has explained to his fans what they can expect from his headline shows at Coachella and Lollapalooza this summer.

On Tuesday, the Odd Future rapper was responding to questions from fans on X, the platform previously known as Twitter.

After he confirmed to fan one that he would not be releasing any new music this year, another asked him if that means he will be performing an "old ass set" at Coachella and Lollapalooza, which take place in April and August respectively.

Responding, Tyler said: "I sure am, most artist with 7 albums worth of music usually perform songs that they already put out lol. unless EVERY SINGLE TIME someone hits the stage sometime after their last album has been out they put out new music and i wasnt aware."

"I feel like live streaming sets got folks who arent even at the shows feeling like 'damn i seen these songs 100000 times' already, when its folks in the crowd who are getting an experience for the 1st time," he added. "but yeah yall better enjoy these catalog song."

After one fan then implored Tyler to try and play something from either his 2009 mixtape "Bastard" or his 2015 album "Cherry Bomb," he replied: "iight ill see what fits and wont have the crowds energy just flat out die lol."

Tyler is one of three headliners this year at Coachella alongside Doja Cat and Lana Del Rey.

No Doubt, Ice Spice, Blur, Lil Uzi Vert, Peso Pluma, and J Balvin are among the others who will perform at the festival in Indio, California.


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