Editors’ Notes As its title suggests (albeit a little backhandedly), Flower Boy explores a softer side of Tyler, the Creator. Not that he wasn’t thoughtful before, or that he’s lost his edge now—if anything, the dark wit and internal conflict that made Goblin a lightning bolt in 2011 has only gotten richer and more resonant, offset by a sound that cherry-picks from early-'90s hip-hop and plush, Stevie-style soul (“Garden Shed,” the Frank Ocean-featuring “911 / Mr. Lonely”). “Tell these black kids they can be who they are,” he raps on “Where This Flower Blooms.” “Dye your hair blue, s**t, I’ll do it too.”

SONG
Foreword (feat. Rex Orange County)
1
3:14
 
Where This Flower Blooms (feat. Frank Ocean)
2
3:14
 
Sometimes...
3
0:36
 
See You Again (feat. Kali Uchis)
4
3:00
 
Who Dat Boy (feat. A$AP Rocky)
5
3:25
 
Pothole (feat. Jaden Smith)
6
3:57
 
Garden Shed (feat. Estelle)
7
3:43
 
Boredom (feat. Rex Orange County and Anna of the North)
8
5:20
 
I Ain't Got Time!
9
3:26
 
911 / Mr. Lonely (feat. Frank Ocean and Steve Lacy)
10
4:15
 
Droppin' Seeds (feat. Lil' Wayne)
11
0:59
 
November
12
3:45
 
Glitter
13
3:44
 
Enjoy Right Now, Today
14
3:55