Tyler, the Creator Releases Self-Directed Video for NIGO Collab “Come On, Let’s Go”
NIGO is set to release his new album, I Know NIGO, on Friday, and Tyler, the Creator has shared the video for a collab from the record.
The "Come On, Let's Go" visual, directed by Tyler under his real name rather than Wolf Haley, revisits the visual style of his 2021 album Call Me If You Get Lost. Pharrell, his idol and collaborator, also appears for a moment.
Bape founder and Kenzo artistic director recently revealed the impressive tracklist for the album. While Tyler closes out the album with "Come On, Let's Go," he also appears on the album's opener with ASAP Rocky, who appears twice as well. Other features include Clipse, Pharrell, Gunna, ASAP Ferg, Pusha-T, Pop Smoke, Lil Uzi Vert, and NIGO’s very own hip-hop group Teriyaki Boyz.
I Know NIGO was a smaller project before it grew into the star-studded tracklist it has today, Steven Victor told Complex back in January.
“Originally, it was supposed to be just Pharrell and maybe Pusha-T, but then I started reaching out to different people, and everyone was just like, ‘Yes!’” Victor said. “… It was just super organic how it all came about. I think he’s in his zone, where he’s going for everything right now."
Watch Tyler, the Creator’s video for “Come On, Let’s Go” above.