By: Sloane Hughes
Every musician has to develop their own identifiable sound, that ‘s how you become recognizable and garner a fan base and ultimately take over the world as a music god. While this is what launches artists into fame and fortune, this also opens them up to getting (nicely) roasted by those who listen to their work.
Fan-made “how to write a [insert band name here] song ‘ videos are not a new concept, people have made them about Alt-J and Billie Eilish and countless other musicians, but not all of these parodies are as perfect as this one. Seattle-based musician Nat Puff AKA Left At London posted a video on Twitter detailing step by step how to make a Tyler, the Creator song.
Her hilarious tutorial opens with, “first start with a shitty piano and pick a fucking chord, ‘ and only gets better from there.
‘ Left “Left at London” at London (@LeftAtLondon) April 23, 2019
The video, which has reached 7 million views in two days, has seriously blown everyone away. It ‘s beyond funny and insanely accurate.
THAT FUCKIN VOICE CHANGE pic.twitter.com/56cQUH8Wj4
‘ ??? (@barbiemels) April 24, 2019
“Floppy Gloopity Gammy ‘ had me WEAK
‘ Leo Pastel (@1980wavy) April 24, 2019
And best of all, Tyler, the Creator himself got a kick out of it.
I LEGIT LAUGHED THIS LOWKEY SPOT ON OMG, ( YOU FORGOT THE 'AYO' THO) https://t.co/Y4NEytupwA
‘ Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) April 24, 2019
This isn ‘t even the first time Nat Puff has made a video like this and totally nailed it, back in 2018 she also taught everybody how to write a Frank Ocean track and it goes just as hard.
Welcome to this place. If you stay long enough, you will be treated to a story about an international comedian named Demetri Martin. The story begins, as most stories do, with episode one entitled “a rare condition.” Demetri is hopeful that you’ll enjoy it because he played the music and did his own stunts. He actually only did one stunt…so by saying he did “stunts” don’t expect more than one.