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Tyler, the Creator Announces New Album ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’

Tyler, the Creator is back in album mode.

On June 25, he will release his highly-anticipated new album, Call Me If You Get Lost. Taking to social media, Tyler revealed the title and cover art, which features a travel ID card with his photo, date of birth, and his alias “Tyler Baudelaire,” a reference to French poet Charles Baudelaire. Another illustrated photo shows Tyler holding suitcases while in a seaside location.

Earlier in the week, Tyler released the first song and Wolf Haley-directed video for “LUMBERJACK.” He has also teased a track called “SIDE STREET,” which is expected to appear on the album.

Call Me If You Get Lost marks the follow-up to 2019’s critically-acclaimed IGOR, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 and won Best Rap Album at the 2020 Grammy Awards.

Two days after his album release, Tyler will perform at the BET Awards for the first time on June 27. He is also set to headline festivals including Lollapalooza in July and Day N Vegas in November.

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