AceShowbiz - Tyler, the Creator's latest album "Scum Fuck Flower Boy" is a masterpiece filled with acclaimed songs, including "See You Again". The track has been dominating some radio stations across the country. To celebrate the success, Tyler took to Twitter to share with fans some background information of the song.
" 'See You Again' is getting played on a few stations, awesome, hope I catch it at some point," he began, before revealing that he originally wrote the tune for Zayn Malik. However, the "Pillow Talk" hitmaker "flaked" on their studio sessions, so Tyler decided to feature it on his own album.
The rapper harshly called out the former member of One Direction as he tweeted, "Fun fact: I wrote 'See You Again' for zayn but that b***h flaked on studio time twice, so I kept the ref for myself, worked out actually."
see you again is getting played on a few stations, awesome, hope i catch it at some point— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) 16 September 2017
fun fact: i wrote 'see you again' for zayn but that bitch flaked on studio time twice, so i kept the ref for myself, worked out actually
— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) 16 September 2017
Tyler first hinted at the potential collaboration with Zayn in 2015. He tweeted at that time, "HI @zaynmalik. I HAVE BEAUTIFUL INS AND YOU HAVE A VOICE LETS FIGURE THIS OUT MY GUY. EPIC ALBUM CUTS THO NO RADIO." Hours later, Zayn replied, "Sounds sick BRO let do some s**t."
It wasn't the first time Tyler called out other artist for passing on his music. Last month, he claimed that the beat of "Who Dat Boy" was originally for ScHoolBoy Q. In response to the allegation, ScHoolBoy Q jokingly tweeted, "Tyler & rocky didn't wanna get bodied." This seemingly angered Tyler as he snarked, "YOU FAT LYING B***H I MADE THAT BEAT SPESIFICALLY FOR YOU AND YOU SAID 'EHH, NAH' SO I KEPT IT YOU DIRTY N***A."
Tyler is currently gearing up to hit the road for a tour in support of his new album. The extensive North American trek will kick off on Halloween in San Fransisco and conclude on November 22 in Dallas, Texas. Besides the tour, the spitter is scheduled to take the stage at Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival as the headlining act on October 28 and 29.