Tyler, The Creator Lands His First-Ever Billboard Hot 100 Song

By: Andrea Brown
Jul 14, 2017

It’s been over six years since Tyler, the Creator dropped his first official album Goblin. However, although he has established himself to become one of the most popular artists of our era, it’s hard to believe that Tyler has yet to score a song on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart, until now. “Who Dat Boy,” the A$AP Rocky-featuring lead single from his album Scum F*ck Flower Boy, landed at No. 87 on the chart. Tyler, well-aware of this achievement, took to Twitter and exclaimed, WOW I DONT THINK IVE EVER HAD A SONG ON THE CHARTS THATS HARD!” It’s not exactly the first time Tyler’s been on the Billboard charts — back in 2013, the Odd Future mastermind’s song “Domo23″ was on the Canadian Hot 100.

So far, Tyler has dropped three songs from the forthcoming LP — “Who Dat Boy,” “911/Mr. Lonely” featuring Frank Ocean and “Boredom.” Scum F*ck Flower Boy will be officially released on July 21.

See Tyler, The Creator cover the 2017 Summer “Parallel Universe” issue of SNEEZE.

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