The visual begins with a shot of Tracee Ellis Ross, who plays the titular host of The Pearl Edwards Show. The Black-ish star then introduces audiences to her "special guest" played by Tyler. It's an akward moment, as the musician, whose name is bleeped out in the video, provides one-word answers and exudes very low energy. But that all changes as soon as he starts performing and literally lights the set on fire.
You can check out the "Earfquake" video above. The song was written by Tyler and Playboi Carti, who also has uncredited vocals on the track along with Dev Hynes.
Prior to the release of IGOR, Tyler shared a message on Twitter with fans about how they're expectations for the album should be no expectations. "Don't go into this expecting a rap album. Don't go into this expecting any album. Just go. Jump into it. I believe the first listen works best all the way through, no skips. Front to back. No distractions either. No checking your phone no watching tv no holding convo, full attn towards the sounds where you can form your own opinion and feelings towards the album," he wrote. "Some go on walks, some drive, some lay in bed and sponge it all up. Whatever it is you choose, fully indulge."
Read his full message below.