It's spring time so of course golf season is right around the corner. There is no other rapper who knows Golf quite like Tyler, The Creator. If you're not familiar, Gold Wang is a play on Wolf Gang, which is short for the hip-hop collective Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All. After dropping his new Golf Media app, the face and founder of Odd Future will also be releasing new music this month.

This week, Tyler announced the release of his new album, Cherry Bomb, which is the follow-up to 2013’s Wolf, on April 13. This project is just in time for his 2015 world tour, which will kick off during the first weekend of the Coachella Arts & Music Festival in Indio, Calif.

Cherry Bomb will feature 13 songs including his two new tracks: the rock and rap infusion of “DEATHCAMP" and “F---ING YOUNG/ PERFECT” featuring Charlie Wilson, Toro Y Moi and Chad Alexander of Black Lips. On the fast track to the album release date, Tyler premiered the visuals for "F---ING YOUNG" on Thursday (April 9). Other features on the album include Kanye West, who will reportedly drop a verse on the album's 11th track along with Lil Wayne.

The new album announcement comes after fellow OFWGKTA member Earl Sweatshirt dropped his LP, I Don’t Like S---, I Don’t Go Outside on March 23. Pre-order Cherry Bomb here and if you're thinking of taking it all in live, check out Tyler’s world tour schedule below.

Watch Tyler, The Creator's "F---ing Young" Video

Listen to Tyler, The Creator's "DEATHCAMP"

Tyler, The Creator's 2015 Tour Dates

April 11: Indio, CA - Coachella
April 18: Indio, CA - Coachella
April 20: New Orleans, LA - House of Blues
April 21: Oxford, MS - The Lyric Oxford
April 22: Athens, GA - Georgia Theatre
April 24: Jacksonville, FL - Mavericks at the Landing
April 25: Saint Petersburg, FL - Jannus Live
April 26: Miami Beach, FL - The Fillmore - Jackie Gleason Theater
April 28: Orlando, FL - The Plaza Live
April 29: Charlotte, NC - The Fillmore
May 1: Myrtle Beach, SC - House of Blues
May 2: Raleigh, NC - The Ritz
May 3: Norfolk, VA - The Norva
May 5: Richmond, VA - The National
May 6: Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall
May 8: Cincinnati, OH - Bogart's
May 9: Detroit, MI - The Fillmore
May 10: Grand Rapids, MI - The Intersection
May 12: Glasgow, Scotland - Barrowland
May 13: Manchester, England - Academy
May 14: London, England - Roundhouse
May 15: Bristol, England - O2 Academy
May 17: Utrecht, Netherlands - Ronda
May 19: Hamburg, Germany - Mojo
May 20: Copenhagen, Denmark - Vega
May 21: Berlin, Germany – C-Club
May 23: Zurich, Switzerland - Volkhaus
May 24: Munich, Germany – Theater Fabrik
May 25: Cologne, Germany – Kantine
May 26: Paris, France - Le Trianon
May 28: Barcelona, Spain - Primavera Sound
June 5: Dallas, TX - Bomb Factory
June 7: Tulsa, OK - Cain's Ballroom
June 10: Baltimore, MD - Ram's Head Live
June 12: New York, NY - Irving Plaza
June 14: Buffalo, NY - Town Ballroom
June 20: St. Louis, Missouri - The Pageant
June 21: Columbia, MO - The Blue Note
June 26: Fort Collins, CO - Aggie Theatre
June 28: Missoula, MT - Top Hat Lounge
June 30: Spokane, Washington - Knitting Factory

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