Tyler, the Creator has come through with a track titled "PUFF."

You can listen to the song, which is an instrumental that reinterprets the Cherry Bomb cut “Blow My Load,” up top via Tyler's YouTube. He also dropped off an instrumental for a new song called "BUCKET," which you can check out below.

Earlier this month, Tyler shared the visual for his Flower Boy track "See You Again" featuring Kali Uchis.

In other Tyler-related news, Camp Flog Gnaw will take place at Los Angeles' Dodger Stadium in November. The lineup includes Kanye West and Kid Cudi's Kids See Ghosts duo, SZA, Post Malone, ASAP Rocky, Little Dragon, Brockhampton, Lauryn Hill, Jorja Smith, Jaden Smith, Earl Sweatshirt, Domo Genesis, Pusha-T, and others.

In a recent cover story interview with GQ Style, Tyler reiterated his desire to be on the radio. "Although it's not the most important thing, there's still a percentage of me that wants to listen to the radio one day and say, 'Oh, that's my song!' A lot of my favorite artists I heard for the first time because of the radio. I first heard 'Maureen' by Sade on the radio. Maxwell's Urban Hang Suite, his first album, co-written by Leon Ware. I first heard that on the radio. I first heard 'Tape You' by N.E.R.D., my favorite band in the world, one of my favorite songs ever, on the radio. And that's how I got introduced to that, and that shaped everything for me," he said. "It's still a piece of me that not only wants to be on the radio, but it's probably some 11-year-old in the middle of f*cking nowhere who might hear a song, look me up, get introduced to a whole world—and that could change everything he's into for the rest of his life."