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Tyler, the Creator's new album 'Wolf' now streaming online

Tyler, the Creator's new album 'Wolf' now streaming online
Tyler, the Creator performs during the SXSW music festival. (Jack Plunkett / Invision / Associated Press)

"I am the cowboy on my own trip," Tyler, the Creator raps on his new solo album, and now the curious can ride along with him: Though it's not due in stores until Tuesday, "Wolf" is currently streaming in full at Odd Future's Tumblr.

The follow-up to 2011's "Goblin," "Wolf" features guest spots from a number of Tyler's Odd Future bandmates, including Hodgy Beats, Mike G and Earl Sweatshirt.

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But the album also contains appearances by high-profile artists from outside the L.A. crew's circle: Pharrell brings his cracked falsetto to "IFHY," while Erykah Badu jazzes up "Treehome95." Elsewhere, "PartyIsntOver/Campfire/Bimmer" makes an unlikely pairing of Odd Future's Frank Ocean and Laetitia Sadier of Stereolab.

Early Saturday Tyler alerted his Twitter followers to the stream, then quickly followed it up with a characteristic caveat: "THE ALBUM SUCKS THO," he wrote. "ME CRYING ABOUT MY DAD AND ALL THE BEATS SOUND ALIKE."

The rapper is scheduled to perform Saturday night at London's O2 Academy Islington before returning to L.A. for an album-release event Tuesday at the Odd Future pop-up store on Fairfax Avenue. According to a flier on the group's Tumblr, "tons of surprises" are promised.

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