Aside from being one of the funniest people in Hollywood, Canadian comedian, Seth Rogen, is a noted fan of hip-hop. Back in 2013, the screenwriter and actor linked up with frequent collaborator, James Franco, to parody Kanye West's wild music video for "Bound 2". It was a hit with the Yeezus rapper, who later rewarded Rogen by inviting him to hear early Life of Pablo demos in an impromptu, private listening session. The Vancouver native's long history with hip-hop was also capped off in 2015, when he expressed his love for Wu-Tang Clan and A Tribe Called Quest in a Twitter AMA. With this all in mind, it shouldn't be surprising to find out that Odd Future head honcho, Tyler, the Creator, thought it appropriate to have the Sausage Party scribe sit down for an exclusive conversation earlier this month.
The interview was posted in the second week of February, and was shot for Tyler's Golf Media app, which is available for download on iTunes and Google Play stores. Thankfully for us fans, the chat is also available in its entirety on the site's official YouTube page. In the half hour discussion, Rogen details his upbringing, playing rugby in high school, and landing a role on the cult hit, Freaks and Geeks. You can steam it above in all of its glory.