For his latest pop art-esque reframing of other artists' of-the-moment cuts, Tyler again packs in a ton of very specific references. Stevie Wonder, Ludacris, Busta Rhymes, and Taco all get shouts here. Stream Tyler's take on the Wheezy-produced track, titled "BRONCO," up top.
Tyler previously did the same with tracks by Jacquees, Kanye West and Kid Cudi, and—most recently—Prophet. Tyler also makes an appearance in the new Diplo mini-documentary Florida to California, directed by Kyle Depinna. Skrillex, French Montana, Justin Bieber, Madonna, Post Malone, and Snoop Dogg are also featured.
It's possible the original version of "Yes Indeed" could see a boost from Tyler sharing his own take, but even if it doesn't the song is doing just fine. The platinum single has reached No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100, currently sits at No. 17, and has led the charge in the success of Lil Baby's underrated project Harder Than Ever. According to Baby, it was a last-minute addition. “When it was time for [Harder Than Ever] to get turned in, Coach K called and told me that that record was going on my album,” he told Complex. “Up until maybe four or five days before the deadline, I didn’t know that was going on my album.”