Grammy-winning producer Pharrell Williams has reportedly united Odd Future’s Tyler, the Creator with his one-time former Twitter rival Miley Cyrus.
While details are still surfacing, the threesome got together for a recent studio session.
Yes, that’s right — as proven by the above photo, Skateboard P was cooking up some music with former Hannah Montana star Miley Cyrus and foul-mouthed reaction-grabber Tyler, the Creator. Pharrell posted the photo on his Twitter, simply writing “In the lab.” While it’s unclear exactly what they’re working on as of yet, colour us intrigued. Maybe Miley Cyrus’s new Robyn hair will translate into the way she sings, too. (Exclaim)
Back in August, Tyler fired a public diss at Miley Cyrus over rocking a new hairstyle.
“Hahahaha. She Was Like, ‘Hey, i Wanna Do Something Different…..F*ck Me Up Real Quick’. Hahahaha,” Tyler tweeted in August. (Tyler, the Creator’s Twitter)
Rather than ignore his jab, Cyrus lashed back at the Odd Future leader.
“@f*cktyler my “barber” couldn’t even come close to the f*ck job that is your face. # your right you should shut up. PS your musics dope” (Miley Cyrus’ Twitter)
A fan of Tyler, Williams previously revealed missing out on a possible opportunity to sign him to a record contract.
“I was on my tour bus and my homeboy Scott Vener was like, ‘Yo, you got to hear these kids called Odd Future. It’s this kid Tyler, the Creator. This sh*t is dope. You should sign them.’ It’s funny because I was just bumping their sh*t and looking at all [Tyler's] YouTubes, you know, where the songs were uploaded on YouTube, just listening to it. And then I found [their manager] Chris Clancy and by the time I found Chris, they were already talking about signing — I missed that boat. I was mad as sh*t but I’m happy because Clancy’s idea to have them as the youngest in charge doing their own sh*t — just all of the stuff I always preach about, he was very head strong about making sure they did that. It had nothing to do with me but it was just interesting to see some sh*t that I had said and things I wanted to see happen were actually happening. Young kids deciding they wanted to do music their way, some sh*t they want to say and just take their destiny by the horns and just go.” (Sucker Free)