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Tyler, The Creator calls for more music journalism, apologises for slamming ‘Hot Ones’

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Tyler, The Creator has said he wants more music journalism and less “gossiping”-style interviews from artists in a recent interview.The LA native spoke to “The Human Serviette” Nardwuar at his Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival, where he argued that artists need to start talking more about their music rather than give into tabloid gossip.“Music is my favourite thing and I could talk about it all day,” Tyler told the infamous journalist. “But we’re at a point where a musician who you know for music is being interviewed on a platform about music, talking in detail about music — his passion and what he’s known for — and people are like, ‘Why does he keep doing that?'”He continued: “But, you know, if I was on here gossiping or talking about so and so, who got beef, then people will feed into it.

And it’s like, ‘No, we need to get back to talking about music.’”While talking to Nardwuar, Tyler threw shade at platforms such as Complex‘s interview series, Hot Ones and Sneaker Shopping.Tyler said: “We need to stop fucking going sneaker shopping or fucking deep-throating hot wings for an hour.

Talk about your album. Talk about music. Talk about the 15 songs that you guys have spent time to get mixed and mastered and put your heart into and produced and did all these things.“And then when the album comes out and it sells two copies, everyone’s confused.

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