Tyler, the Creator and A$AP Rocky Own Kanye West’s ‘Freestyle 4′ in ‘WHAT THE F— RIGHT NOW’
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In what seems like an impromptu video, Tyler and A$AP spazz out as they spit some flame emoji-filled rhymes.
“When it come to a vision, I ain’t got one / Rolling Stone never gave me a cover so… / Ummm… so I shot one! / I ain’t do college, I said f— them lessons / I ain’t join no gang, I said f— them weapons / Grabbed the keyboard, Clancy crossed my path / Cashed my first check and said fuck depression, n—- / N—- what you scared for?” raps the Odd Future leader, while referencing the “unauthorized” Rolling Stone cover he shot for Kanye West.
A$AP also throws in a few funny pseudo-ad-libbed questions on the track.
“Aye I just got one mothaf—–‘ question / Why the f— these n—– wanna look like me now? / Why the f— these hoes wanna fuck a n—- like me now? / Why the f— these n—– frontin’ like n—– ain’t been invented the swag they runnin’ with? / Why the f— is n—–actin’ like n—– ain’t the originators of this s—? / Man I tell these n—– they can die and suck a d—!”
The song surprised hip-hop fans, and some are calling it better than ‘Ye’s version. “Got to replace Kanye’s Freestyle 4 with Tyler, The Creator’s version,” tweeted one fan of the newer version. “Tyler’s Freestyle 4 >>>>>>>> Kanye’s Freestyle 4. Do not debate this,” read a tweet by another Twitter user who clearly has a winner in mind.
This isn’t the first time Tyler and A$AP have collaborated. The two even went on tour together last year. See what tweeters are saying below and check out the video above.
Never been a fan of Tyler The Creator but the way he got off on that Ye joint deserves an applause.
— LowKeyUHTN (@LowKeyUHTN) March 4, 2016
Got to replace Kanye's Freestyle 4 with Tyler, The Creator's version.
— Nigel Int'l D. (@Nigel_D) March 3, 2016
I can't stop listening to Tyler's freestyle 4 lol
— Phoenix Down (@rogueee_) March 4, 2016
Tyler blacked on freestyle 4 though.
— Versus.™ (@VersusAndCo) March 4, 2016
Tyler's Freestyle 4 >>>>>>>> Kanye's Freestyle 4. Do not debate this.
— ger (@GeraldA1sauce) March 4, 2016