Tyler, The Creator is back at the GRAMMY Awards. This time around, he’s not just a nominee, but he is also a performer. Following performances from Lizzo, Alicia Keys and others, the California kid took the stage in his home state. Joined by Charlie Wilson and Boyz II Men, he performed cuts from his GRAMMY nominated album, Igor.
First, they opened up with “Earfquake.” Together, they sang, “‘Cause you make my earth quake/
Oh, you make my earth quake/Riding around, your love be shakin’ me up.”
Next, Tyler, The Creator switched over to performing “New Magic Wand.” This time, he was joined by at least five dozen Tyler, The Creator impersonators.
“My brother said I’m on the spectrum/Don’t call me selfish, I hate sharin’/This 60-40 isn’t workin’/I want a hundred of your time, you’re mine,” he rapped.
Check out Tyler, The Creator’s debut GRAMMY performance with Charlie Wilson and Boyz II Men above.