Tyler kicked things off by highlighting the synths on the project's opener, "Igor's Theme," as well as the harmonies on "Earfquake" and the bridge on "I Think." The 28-year-old artist then got a bit more in-depth when he declared "New Magic Wand" the quintessential Tyler record and his favorite song he's made.
Tyler also points to the Kanye West-assisted "Puppet" track. Though he describes his verse as both "honest and fire," the artist says he loved the "la, la, la, la" vocals on the song's outro.
Of course, Tyler had to mention "What's Good," the standout track in which listeners are finally introduced to the album's title character. He specifically made note of the "Dracula" chant in the third verse as well as his breathing throughout the song.
The second part of "Gone, Gone/Thank You" also received some love. Tyler admitted that he enjoyed the instrumentals so much that he didn't want to "ruin" them with his vocals, which explains why the last minute and 40 seconds are so minimal in terms of lyrics.
Other highlights for Tyler included Solange's voice on "A Boy Is a Gun," the bridge on "I Don't Love You Anymore," and the end of "Are We Still Friends."
Tyler will kick off IGOR's supporting North American tour at the end of next month. The trek will include special guests Jaden Smith, Blood Orange, and GoldLink.