Tyler, The Creator Debuts New Jazz-Inspired Song On 'Late Night With Jimmy Fallon'

(AllHipHop News) Odd Future frontman Tyler, the Creator returned to the show where he made his national television debut last night (February 26), to present a brand new song.

Tyler started his performance on Late Night with Jimmy Fallon with the unreleased jazzy track "Treehome" featuring Coco Karshøj from the Danish electronic duo Quadron.

With the legendary Hip-Hop band The Roots backing him up, Tyler played the piano as Coco belted out the lyrics, "baby let's go to my treehome."

Tyler then brought out his OFWGKTA bethren Jasper Dolphin and Taco Bennett to perform his single "Domo 23." Both "Domo 23" and "Treehome" will appear on Tyler's third studio album Wolf.

On Twitter Tyler admitted his appreciation for jazz music and that he felt "Treehome" was his favorite track on Wolf.

Tyler, the Creator and his Odd Future crew broke into the mainstream with their original performance on Fallon's late night show in February of 2011. On that night Tyler and Hodgy Beats hit Jimmy's stage to perform "Sandwitches" off Tyler's Goblin LP.

The Wolf Gang leader will release his next album on April 2. Wolf will have three separate covers including one that was created by artist Mark Ryden, and Tyler will promote the album by going on a 20 city tour across North America and Europe starting in March.

[ALSO READ: Rapper Tyler The Creator Announces New Tour; Album “Wolf” Slated For April]