One Take T – A Look at Tyler the Creator’s Flower Boy Sessions

What I like most about these loosies is that it shows his depth and also the different ways he can approach records. That he can go from just rapping his tail off on 435 to taking a groovy song lie Prophet’s I Wanna Be Your Man and giving a new flavor with Peach Fuzz is awesome. I’ve loved these songs so much that I complied them into a playlist. You can find these songs on his Twitter page and his YouTube channel.

Dropping Seeds – A Look at Tyler’s Flower Boy album

This album is one of the records where you can turn it on and play it all the way through. The songs blend right into each other and the theme of gardens is all throughout the album from Dropping Seeds with Lil Wayne to Garden Shed featuring Estelle. If you haven’t heard it you need to check it out. It was placed #2 on Billboard even after the album leaked two weeks before his release date and has now been certified Gold along with being nominated for Best Rap Album at this past Grammy’s.

Why I Love Brooklyn Nine Nine

Though it’s a comedy there’s a way they tackle issues that is refreshing. It remains itself and not a “Very Special Episode” whenever it talks about police brutality or gender roles. In fact it uses these topics as ways to bring even more jokes. There’s an episode where Diaz and Boyle are paired together and are wearing body cameras. Well shenanigans ensure and Boyle is caught in a compromising position and it’s all captured through the body cams. And because it’s a drug case and there are drugs in the background it’s used as evidence to bring a crook down.