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Tyler, The Creator’s Carnival Sells Out in Presale

Tyler, The Creator’s Carnival Sells Out in Presale

Camp Flog Gnaw Returns for the First Time Since 2019

For decades, rap music has amplified outcries of defiance, unifying an American minority once confined to minstrelsy. MCs piloted rap in New York in the late 70’s, spreading to Los Angeles in the 90’s, where pushers were put on a pedestal. Nowadays, streetwise moguls are widely idealized by the genre. 

Tyler, The Creator made a name for himself on an anonymous Myspace page in the early 2000’s. A lot of his lyrics read like elegies for old selves. Every version of him is easy to love. He wears his outrage as an accessory; his blatant disrespect for most anyone is the only part of himself that hasn’t changed over his sixteen-year career. Tyler has produced Mountain Dew ads and television shows. He owns multiple clothing lines which include luxury luggage, ice cream, nail polish, and perfume. 

Who I Are Isn’t Really Important

Tyler’s entire existence seems to be a performance. He’s personified all of his alter egos and named the voices in his head. In his SORRY NOT SORRY music video released earlier this year, he drags each of his former album’s identities off a stage one by one. Avoiding eye contact with the camera, he recites a list of confessions and regrets behind a sign that says ‘No Pictures’. It’s hard to say why he’s so captivating. At this point in his life, he’s obviously embraced his multitude, no matter public consensus.

Tyler, The Creator’s Carnival Sells Out in Presale

His brainchild Camp Flog Gnaw is happening for the first time in four years on November 11th and 12th. Since 2012, the carnival has featured all kinds of artists, with rollercoasters, a skatepark, and an arcade sponsored by A$AP Rocky. Food vendors include a Chinese takeout booth by Action Bronson and Taco’s taco stand.

Brainwashing Millions Of Minions

Presale tickets for the weekend sold out in minutes last week with no released lineup.

Tyler has managed to curate a fantastic exposition year after year in the Dodger Stadium. Any updates are likely still months away. In the meantime, here’s a summer study guide of sorts for what’s been performed there in the past.

  • “Yonkers” (Tyler, The Creator)
  • “Benediction” (Domo Genesis)
  • “Drop” (Earl Sweatshirt)
  • “Gees” (Mac Miller)
  • “Beautiful” (Pharrell Williams)
  • “Jamba” (Tyler, The Creator)
  • “Blue Suede” (Vince Staples)
  • “Buffalo” (Tyler, The Creator)
  • “Rusty” (Tyler, The Creator)
  • “Deathcamp” (Tyler, The Creator)
  • “Diet Mountain Dew” (Lana Del Rey)
  • “Passing Out Pieces” (Mac DeMarco)
  • “Temptation” (Raveena)
  • “Dontcha” (The Internet)
  • “Ugotme” (Omar Apollo)
  • “Bad Boy” (Tommy Genesis)
Tyler, The Creator’s Carnival Sells Out in Presale

Camp Flog Gnaw Video

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Avery Pearson has written long-form print pieces, thought leadership articles, and web copy for startups and nonprofits. Her work has been featured in Ocean News & Technology.