10 Best Tyler, the Creator Songs of All Time (2023)

Tyler has come a long way since he first started out in the music industry. From being told his music would never make it on BET, to delivering an unforgettable performance of his hit single “Lumberjack” on the same network in 2021, he’s proven that anything is possible with hard work and dedication. It’s no wonder he’s now selling out arena tours and inspiring a whole generation of creative, indie, alternative, or weird Black people.

Over the course of his career, Tyler has released six official albums and made countless guest appearances, always delivering a unique and captivating sound. So, without further ado, let’s dive into the 10 best Tyler, the Creator songs of all time!

10. Tyler, the Creator feat. Clementine Creevy, Alice Smith, Leon Ware — “Okaga, CA” (2015)

Let’s talk about Tyler, the Creator’s “Okaga, CA” featuring Clementine Creevy, Alice Smith, and Leon Ware. This song is from his album Cherry Bomb and is quite different from his previous works. Here, Tyler brings a real motivational vibe, making you feel like he wants everything in life to have an infinite ending.

Despite the heavy lyrics, the beat, produced by Tyler himself, has a dreamy and mellow quality to it, much like the picturesque view of a sunset. It’s the perfect finale for his most experimental album yet, and it sets the tone for what he would do with his future projects.

All in all, “Okaga, CA” is a beautiful piece of music that transports you to a different world with its soothing sounds and thought-provoking lyrics.

9. Tyler, the Creator feat. Frank Ocean — “Bimmer” (2013)

If you haven’t already heard Tyler, the Creator’s “Bimmer” featuring Frank Ocean, you’re missing out! This track is part of the epic “PartyIsntOver/Campfire/Bimmer” combo and it’s a must-listen.

Tyler’s known for combining multiple songs into one track, and “Bimmer” is no exception. The song showcases Tyler’s vulnerability as he sings about falling fast for someone he’s into at the time. He also explores the possibility of taking the relationship to the next level.

With Frank Ocean’s smooth vocals adding an extra layer of depth to the song, “Bimmer” is a real classic love song. So, if you’re in the mood for some soulful music, give this track a listen. You won’t be disappointed!

8. Tyler, the Creator feat. Roy Ayers, Syd, and Kali Uchis — “Find Your Wings” (2015)

Back in 2015, Tyler’s album “Cherry Bomb” was his most experimental work yet, and “Find Your Wings” really stood out as a shining example of his versatility. Not only does he showcase his skills as a rapper and artist, but he also flexes his muscles as a top-notch producer and composer.

So, if you’re in the mood for some awesome tunes, give “Find Your Wings” a listen and let Tyler, Roy Ayers, Syd, and Kali Uchis take you on a musical journey you won’t forget!

7. Tyler, the Creator feat. Frank Ocean & Steve Lacy — “911/Mr. Lonely” (2017)

Let’s talk about Tyler, the Creator’s epic collaboration with Frank Ocean and Steve Lacy, “911/Mr. Lonely” from his 2017 album Flower Boy. It’s a perfect tune that captures Tyler’s journey of self-discovery and the loneliness that often accompanies it.

The first half of the track is an absolute bop, with Tyler asking his love interest to pick up the phone and give him a call. Steve Lacy’s vocals make us want to join in and plead with Tyler’s boo to “bang his line.” But the party doesn’t last forever, and soon Tyler jumps back in with a verse that is all about self-reflection.

He talks about the need to create the worlds that we hear on his albums, and how that can make him feel even more isolated. It’s a reminder that even when we’re surrounded by people, we can still feel alone. But the beauty of music is that it brings us together and makes us feel like we’re not alone after all.

“911/Mr. Lonely” is a track that will have you grooving one minute and contemplating the meaning of life the next. It’s the perfect representation of Tyler’s growth as an artist and as a person, and we can’t get enough of it.

6. Tyler, the Creator feat. Frank Ocean — “She” (2011)

The song is all about being head over heels for someone and feeling like you’d be lost without them. Pretty relatable, right?

Now, while the lyrics might be a little intense (“if she ever tries to f***ing leave again, I’ma tie her to the bed and set this house on fire”), Tyler’s production skills are on point. The beat is infectious and has a sort of mythical vibe to it that just makes you feel all romantic and stuff.

Overall, “She” is definitely worth a listen if you’re in the mood for a love song with a twist.

5. Tyler, the Creator feat. Solange “I THINK” (2019)

His song “I Think,” off his fourth studio album IGOR, is a great dance track that conveys the excitement of falling head over heels for someone. The beat and backing vocals create the perfect ambiance for those moments when all you can think about is the person you’re yearning to be with.

4. “Wilshire” (2021)

In the track “Wilshire,” Tyler talks about the love he lost when the person he was falling for chose someone else. We all can relate to that, right?

Tyler’s storytelling skills are unmatched, and he weaves a tale of meeting his friend’s girlfriend with long legs, good ears, and great taste. He paints a picture of a perfect match, and we can feel his longing for a relationship that just can’t happen. It’s the classic story of the right person at the wrong time.

In just eight minutes, Tyler takes us on an emotional rollercoaster. We feel his pain, his regret, and his heartbreak. It’s a powerful reminder that love can be complicated, and sometimes, things just don’t work out.

Overall, “Wilshire” is a must-listen for anyone who has experienced unrequited love. Tyler’s raw and honest lyrics will resonate with you and remind you that you’re not alone.

3. Tyler, the Creator feat. Playboi Carti & Charlie Wilson “EARFQUAKE” (2019)

This song is all about the feeling of falling for someone so hard that they shake up your entire world. It’s no surprise that this track quickly became one of Tyler’s most popular releases.

But what makes “EARFQUAKE” so relatable is the way Tyler captures the feeling of being so in love that it feels like the world around you is crumbling. It’s a feeling we’ve all experienced at one point or another, right?

With the help of Playboi Carti and Charlie Wilson, Tyler takes us on a rollercoaster of emotions as he explores the highs and lows of falling head over heels for someone. So if you’re ready to feel all the feels, give “EARFQUAKE” a listen and get ready to have your world shaken up.

2. Tyler, the Creator feat. Youngboy Never Broke Again & Ty Dolla Sign — “WUSYANAME” (2021)

The song features Ty Dolla $ign and NBA Young Boy, and together they create a masterpiece that showcases Tyler’s composing skills.

It’s pretty crazy how Tyler starts off the song with the line “Awww you look malnourished,” but somehow he makes it work and it’s become one of the catchiest hooks of the year. And let’s not forget about Young Boy’s verse, which adds even more depth to the track.

What’s really impressive about “WUSYANAME” is how Tyler, Young Boy, and Ty Dolla $ign were able to come together and create a song about trying to win over your crush who’s already taken. It’s something that we can all relate to and the way they bring it to life through the lyrics and beat is just amazing.

1. Tyler, the Creator feat. Aaron Shaw, Austin Feinstein, and Samantha Nelson — “2Seater”

Tyler, the Creator’s “2Seater” is a banger about his love for cars and his love interest. The track showcases Tyler’s versatility and skills as an artist. He raps with great energy about driving at breakneck speed down Fairfax Avenue and reminiscing about the memories he’s made on the strip. 

The production on this track is reminiscent of an old Hollywood movie intro, and it builds up to a climactic moment before transitioning into a love song. 

Tyler’s confidence as an artist shines through in this track, and he even sings without any effects on his voice. Overall, “2Seater” is a fantastic song that highlights all of Tyler’s strengths as an artist.

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