Everything from his beginnings — Goblin and Wolf — to CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST had a moment in the sun that night. Every iteration of being a Tyler, The Creator fan was on full display.
Northbound is arguably at the highpoint of their career. Their highly anticipated second album, Soul Kiss, was released on November 22. They are currently on a twenty-date tour across the United States with renowned pop-punk bands Simple Plan, State Champs and We The Kings, gaining more and more fans as the days go by.
Tyler, the Creator’s New York stop on his IGOR tour was a sold-out, must-see event for fans of the self-proclaimed “leader of the new school.”
Before he began this performance, he announced to the audience that this would be “the last Childish Gambino tour ever.” This proclamation was a perfect preface to the kaleidoscope of lights, sound, praise-dances and screams that would comprise the religious experience he told us we were now a part of. In his own words, “this is not a concert, this is church.”
I’ll be the first to admit I’m not a very good musician, but from years of watching other people be, at the very least, okay musicians, I’ve made some friends who are good enough to take those talents on the…