Tracee Ellis Ross Has Perfect Response To Name-Drop On Tyler, The Creator's New Album
Written by Black Voices on June 26, 2021
Tracee Ellis Ross shared the right throwback photographs to rejoice being name-dropped on Tyler, The Creator’s new album, “Name Me If You Get Misplaced,” which got here out Friday.
The “Black-ish” actor shared lyrics from the rapper’s album on Instagram, together with previous photographs of herself from her days taking part in Joan Clayton on the favored 2000s collection “Girlfriends.” The present, which first premiered on UPN earlier than shifting to its successor community CW, aired from 2000 to 2008.
Tyler, The Creator referenced Ross and the beloved present in his tune “Safari,” off the brand new album.
“I been switchin’ gears since Tracee Ellis Ross was UPN,” he raps.
Tyler, The Creator generated extra buzz round his album on Friday when he posted his cellphone quantity on Twitter and inspired his followers to name him.
Apparently, Ross did take him up on his provide and tried to name the rapper to congratulate him on his album’s success.
“Tyler, I used to be misplaced. And I referred to as such as you requested!” she wrote. “I want you had answered however I think about you’re getting a lotttt of calls at the moment. Congrats on an unbelievable album. So happy with you. Love, Dad.”
Ross additionally shouted out the album on her Instagram tales, writing, “Already obsessed!!!”
The actor has had her fair proportion of both being name-dropped in songs or making cameos in rap movies.
Ross appeared within the video for Tyler, The Creator’s 2019 tune “Earfquake.” She additionally made appearances in music movies by Drake and Kanye West, who has referenced Ross in a few of his songs.
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