Tyler, the Creator fans have a lot to look forward to with the release of his upcoming project, Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, which includes a collection of songs that Tyler made during the sessions for his 2021 album that didn’t make it to the final cut.
The first of these songs is “Dogtooth,” which was accompanied by a self-directed music video that showcases Tyler’s vibrant visual style. The song features his signature blend of rap and R&B, as well as his trademark lyrical style that blends personal reflection and social commentary.
In a tweet, Tyler explained the inspiration behind the release of Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale. “Call Me If You Get Lost was the first album I made with a lot of songs that didn’t make the final cut,” he wrote. “Some of those songs I really love, and knew they would never see the light of day, so I’ve decided to put a few of them out.”
Fans of Tyler, the Creator have been eagerly anticipating new music from the Grammy-winning artist, especially after his successful Call Me If You Get Lost tour. The album was widely praised for its experimentation with different sounds and themes, and it received critical acclaim for its strong storytelling and production values.
With the release of Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, Tyler is giving fans a chance to hear some of the songs that didn’t make it onto the final album. As always, Tyler’s music is sure to provoke thought and inspire listeners with his unique blend of musical genres and creative vision.