Read Tyler, The Creator’s Love Letter To Death Grips In Golf Magazine

Read Tyler, The Creator’s Love Letter To Death Grips In Golf Magazine

Maybe he’s been banned from the UK and canceled shows in Australia, but nothing is stopping Tyler, The Creator from putting out his own magazine. Thank God for that, too, because if his excerpt about Death Grips is any indication, he’s got a knack for this.

Golf magazine is available in print or app form, but of course bits of it have surfaced online in various forms, including a mini-essay about how much he loves Death Grips. Read that below:

Summer had just started. I’d decided to buy a trampoline for my room and some mini kayaks for my pool. I’m in my room about to set up the trampoline, and on a related video on YouTube I read, Death Grips – Guillotine (Live). I’ve had people tell me about them and blah blah, and I never really gave them a chance. I click it. First 30 seconds, I’m like “OK, fuck, I’m getting bored.” By 55 seconds, I am fully in. The skinny black guy on stage with the beard that kind of reminds you of one those homeless people you see with a Starbucks cup… ended up being the coolest shit I’ve ever seen. I don’t know what it was, but for the next two hours, I sat there clicking every single video, link, article, website that had anything to do with MC Ride and Zach Hill. I put on the Exmilitary mixtape and Lionel and I put together a full trampoline in 17 minutes. That’s when I realized that Death Grips was my meth. I put that on and I can anything and do it efficient as fuck. With that being said, DO NOT LISTEN TO DEATH GRIPS WHILE DRIVING A FAST CAR WITH YOUR POWER MECHANICS BUTTON ON AND YOUR TIRE TRACTION OFF. Nico, Travis and I legit almost died because I decided to put on Stockton and burn rubber at a red light, which resulted into my car spinning out down a street at 60, 70 miles per hour at an intersection in Los Angeles around 2:45 on a school ay. Not one scratch, no one hurt, not one car touched. I don’t know what it was, but it led me to belie that I had a girl on death (sorry, I had to say that.” Favorite Song: “Hustle Bones.”

I’m including “Hustle Bones” below for the uninformed:

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