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IGOR
The Creator Tyler




 
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Overview

 

Details

  • Genre: R&B
  • Release Date: September 2019
  • Label: Columbia (USA)
  • Format: Vinyl
  • Number of Discs: 1
 

Music Reviews

Editorial Reviews

Rolling Stone - 4 stars out of 5 -- "IGOR is an album for the summer months. It's a rich and messy mélange of R&B, funk and rap that carries a luminous sheen and a bittersweet undercurrent..."

Rolling Stone - Included in Rolling Stone's "The 50 Best Albums of 2019" -- "Tyler is making some of the year's prettiest pop, often eschewing rap altogether and choosing to sing with disarming sincerity..."

Entertainment Weekly - "The multihyphenate and Odd Future ringleader continued his impressive transformation from shock rapper to cross-pollinating songwriter."

Entertainment Weekly - "IGOR showcases Tyler's repeated interest in defying conventions, this time through a mix of jangling keys, lowend synths, and melancholic hooks."

Billboard - "Tyler, the Creator finally strikes a perfect balance between Tyler, the Teen Troll of his Odd Future days and the rich, rewarding paradox of Tyler, the Adult Artist. Look no further than highlight 'I Think'..."

NME (Magazine) - 4 stars out of 5 -- "IGOR immediately confronts us with the pulse-quickening opener `Igor's Theme' as a powerful wall of synths and a determined, clattering beat combine with an unexpected Lil Uzi Vert croon to grasp our attention from the off."

Paste (magazine) - "IGOR hits its stride when it embraces heavier, more menacing instrumentals, particularly on 'NEW MAGIC WAND,' which features a beat change that ranks as one of the best of the decade..."

Pitchfork (Website) - "[I]mpressionistic and emotionally charged, the result of an auteur refining his style and baring more of his soul than ever before."

Clash (Magazine) - "`Igor's Theme' has a great bassline that demands to be played at deafening volumes and `Earfquake' is filled with heartache and pathos."

 

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