About Tyler

Tyler Gregory Okonma (born March 6, 1991), better known as Tyler, the Creator, is an American rapper and record producer. Tyler, the Creator Tyler, the Creator in 2012 Tyler, the Creator in 2012 Background information Birth name Tyler Gregory Okonma Also known as Ace Gap Tooth T DJ Stank Daddy Tyler Haley Wolf Haley[1] Tyler Baudelaire Born March 6, 1991 (age 30) Ladera Heights, California, U.S. Genres Alternative hip hop jazz rap R&B neo soul horrorcore (early) Occupation(s) Rapper singer songwriter record producer actor Years active 2007–present Labels Columbia Odd Future Sony RED XL Associated acts Odd Future I Smell Panties ASAP Rocky Kali Uchis Pharrell Steve Lacy Website golfwang.com Signature Tyler, the Creator's signature.svg Following a large contribution to Odd Future's early work, Tyler released his debut solo mixtape, Bastard, in 2009. After releasing his debut studio album, Goblin, via XL Recordings in April 2011, he signed a joint deal with RED Distribution and Sony Music Entertainment for himself and his label, Odd Future Records.[2] With his gritty, horrorcore-influenced earlier releases, Tyler was often criticized for his use of homophobic and misogynistic slurs in his lyrics. He released the albums Wolf (2013) and Cherry Bomb (2015), the latter of which was considered to be a contrast from his previous releases as he experimented with melody-focused and jazz-fused sounds. Tyler's following albums, Flower Boy (2017), Igor (2019) and Call Me If You Get Lost (2021), were all released to widespread critical acclaim, with the latter two also debuting at number one on the Billboard 200. Tyler has won a Grammy Award,[3] a BRIT Award, and an MTV Video Music Award. He created the cover art for all of Odd Future's releases,[4] and has also designed the group's clothing and other merchandise.[5] In 2011, Tyler started the clothing company, Golf Wang. In 2012, he began hosting an annual music festival called Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival. He created his own streaming service app named "Golf Media," which ran from 2015 to 2018 and contained original scripted series from Tyler and a livestream of each Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival.[6]




March 6, 1991