I rarely tune into the Jimmy Kimmel show, but when I do, its to see Tyler The Creator. The dynamic duo create incredible segments every time they link up. One the reasons this works is because Kimmel fully embraces the madness that is "The Creator."
Last night the fearless duo unleashed an unforgettable performance on the late night show.
Tyler set the tone early during his performance of “Cherry Bomb.” Unsuspecting fans looking for their five seconds of tv fame were caught in the eye of the storm, as diehard Tyler fans moshed relentlessly.
After putting his shirt back on, he got into his zone and performed “Smuckers,” turning down the crowd several notches to allow everyone to vibe along.
As the song progressed, a saxophone player took over the mic while Tyler tried his hands on the keys. That’s right, Tyler blessed us with a quick piano recital, two minutes after the mosh.
I don’t think I’ve ever seen someone take a performance through an emotional roller coaster that fast at a concert in my life.
The highlight of the night came near the end of the show, as Tyler rapped pages from Dr. Seuss’ new book. The Creator seems to have trouble meshing the lines with his signature rap tone, but he finally gets it together after a few pointers from Kimmel.
Thankfully sweet baby Jesus cut this scene before Tyler meshed some of his vulgar bars with “Green Eggs & Ham.”
We should all be as open as Tyler, or at least be open to Tyler as he creates awesome things...
I think.. lol.