Two years ago, Tyler the Creator released ‘Call Me If You Get Lost.’ The LP earned him his second Grammy Award for Best Rap Album. Nearly two years after the original release date, Tyler the Creator has come back with the release of the Deluxe version of the album named, ‘Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale.’ The album includes eight new, never-before-seen tracks that didn’t make the original album cut. The album was hosted by DJ Drama and released by Columbia Records.
The added tracks underline the ever-evolving style of Tyler the Creator and what we could have missed from his ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’ era. The album also features several artists including A$AP Rocky on “Wharf Talk” and Vince Staples on “Stuntman.” Several tracks from the Deluxe version were also highlighted by the release of their own music video. These tracks included “Hot Wind Blows,” “Heaven to Me,” “Wharf Talk,” “Dogtooth,” and “Sorry Not Sorry.” Every music video but the former is directed by Tyler Okonma himself. While “Hot Wind Blows” was directed by Lazaro Rodriguez. Compiled from Tyler the Creator’s tour in 2022.
Take a look at the newly released ‘Call Me If You Get Lost: Estate Sale,’ streaming on all platforms.