Tyler, The Creator says his will prevents his estate from releasing posthumous albums once he dies


Tyler isn't a fan of posthumous music

While Tyler, The Creator has expressed his negative attitude towards posthumous releases, he has also stipulated in his will that his estate can't put out once he is no longer alive. During his Wednesday (April 26) at L.A.'s El Rey Theater where he performed songs from his latest project The Estate Sell, Tyler confirmed that posthumous releases are prohibited in his will.

“I'm just so excited,” Tyler said in the middle of the show. “Some of these [songs] are so good that I can't just let it sit on my hard drive because I have in my will that if I die, they can't put no f###### posthumous album out.”

He added, “That's gross. Then they'll get some random feature from a n#### that I didn't really f### with like that. No.”

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