His will prohibits his music from being released after he dies.
/04.27.2023 Tyler, the Creator wants you to enjoy his music while hes alive. Following last months deluxe release of Call Me If You Get Lost, the Golf Wang rapper played an intimate show at El Rey Theatre in L.A. on Wednesday night, which was announced just hours before and sold out within minutes. At one point, he told fans that they shouldnt expect any music from him after he dies. Thats why he decided to release the eight additional Estate Sale tracks now because his will prohibits the release of posthumous music. I have it in in my will that if I die, they cant put no fu**ing post album out, he said as the crowd cheered. He joked that he didnt want his music released when hes gone with some random feature on it, some ni**a I didnt f**k with. Tyler the Creator wrote in his will NOT to release any of his music posthumously April 27, 2023 Anderson .Paak echoed a similar sentiment about his posthumous music when he tattooed his wishes on his right forearm. When Im gone please dont release any posthumous albums or songs with my name attached, reads the tat. Those were just demos and never intended to be heard by the public. During Wednesdays show, Tyler also performed his leaked song Penny, which samples Rich Boys Throw Some Ds. He revealed that it was one of the first songs he recorded for Call Me If You Get Lost in 2019 and is also his bodyguards favorite song. Im gonna do this random song that no one in here has heard. Tyler, The Creator with a special performance of the rare leak Penny during an intimate show at The El Rey in LA.