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Tyler The Creator

Tyler The Creator "Buffalo" (Wolf Haley, dir.)

Which Tyler The Creator do you want? This video offers two very stark choices: There's the provocative one who's willing to dangle from a noose and stare down an angy mob, but if that's a bit too aggro for you — did I mention he's in white face and that the mob is comprised solely of black people? —  and there's the squeaky-clean Tyler who's solely about presenting soothing music in a simple setting.

The choice should be easy, even if it makes you uneasy.

Tyler The Creator "Tamale" (Wolf Haley, dir.)

There's a decent chance that Tyler The Creator crosses way too many lines for you to really get with him — most bars feature at least one word that's not considered kosher for polite society — but "Tamale" is him at his random best, pinging back and forth between making serious points and getting silly. Visually, it's a blast, but there' usually a counterbalance: The ass trampoline gets contrasted with a censored bit of presumed violence, and just when you think he's about to take the piss out of a boring indie rock Zombie appregio riff, he uses as a chance to get deep.

Also worth noting: Tyler could probably have a lucrative career as a director — yes, he's Wolf Haley — if he gets tired of rhyming.