Tyler, the Creator Goes in Over Jacquees' "No Validation"

Tyler, the Creator reworks Jacquees' "No Validation" with some bars about CÉLINE goggles, Lake Como, and an avoidance of bibles. "I like this song so I added a verse," he said.

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Tyler, the Creator was really feeling Jacquees' "No Validation," so he added some Tyler to it.

yo so um here i like this song so i added a verse shout out to @Jacquees

— T (@tylerthecreator) June 25, 2018

"Let's hope they don't take this one down, man," Tyler says at the top of the track, referencing the unfortunate blocking of his previous rework of Kanye West and Kid Cudi's Kids See Ghosts title track due to so-called "copyright grounds." From there, Tyler mentions Call Me By Your Name characters Oliver and Elio, affirms his faith to CÉLINE goggles, and posits Sunday as a good day for fucking because he's wisely chosen to avoid reading bibles of any kind.


Stream Tyler's new Jacquees rework, titled "GELATO," up top.

In addition to these Jacquees and Kanye updates, Tyler has also gifted fans with several random one-offs in recent months including "OKRA" and "Rose Tinted Cheeks." The latter was originally intended for Tyler's most recent album Scum Fuck Flower Boy but was never finished. 

The album landed Tyler a nomination for Best Rap Album at this year's Grammys, an award Tyler and others believed should have gone to him. "Something different needs to win," he told Shane Powers in January. "I love [JAY-Z], but fuck. You have Grammys, dog. And I love Kendrick, and I think Damn was awesome. 'XXX' was my favorite song on that album. But fuck, [he's] nominated for six other ones. Let him get one of those." The award ultimately went to Damn.

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