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Tyler The Creator, Kanye West And Lil Wayne Have Nothing Sweet To Say On 'Smuckers'

No sugar.

What happens when three of the most inappropriate rappers team up for one song? You can find out for yourself by listening to Tyler The Creator's insane Cherry Bomb single, "Smuckers," which features verses from Kanye West and Lil Wayne.

The track opens with the Odd Future rapper spitting his usual brand of off-kilter rap, where he admits to having some real feelings about being banned from New Zealand early last year. "I got banned from New Zealand, whitey called me demon/ And a terrorist, God dammit, I couldn't believe it,' he raps.

Next up, is 'Ye, who sounds more confident than ever on this verse.

He brags about his recent lecture at Oxford University, namedrops Marshawn Lynch, and is just generally feeling himself, rapping, "Richer than white people with black kids/ Scarier than black people with ideas/ Nobody can tell me where I'm headin', but I feel like Michael Jordan, Scottie Pippen at my wedding."

Things get even more interesting later, when Tyler and Weezy begin to trade verses, and the New Orleans rapper is throwing out lines like, "My trigger finger wise but my nine dumb/ Middle finger blind so its f--k A-N-Y one/ F--k, skate and die son, a hundred ways to die son."

Tyler's full album Cherry Bomb is out now.


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