Tyler, the Creator is hosting an estate sale! Kind of.
Nearly two years following the release of his critically acclaimed Billboard 200 No. 1 album, Call Me If You Get Lost, the Odd Future rapper is offering a deluxe version of the album, titled, Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, containing unreleased songs that didn’t make the final cut back in 2021.
“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,” he tweeted Monday (March 27), along with the release date — March 31.
Fans were elated, one tweeting a meme that reads, “Tyler I love you more than my wife” written across a man’s bare chest.
Along with the announcement, Tyler dropped the track “DOGTOOTH” and an accompanying self-directed music video showing the California-born rapper in an industrial setting, with elements of the Call Me If You Get Lost aesthetic dispersed throughout. Adopting a cadence reminiscent of southern hip-hop legends such as Pimp C, Tyler starts off strong with the line, “She could ride my face, I don’t want nothin’ in return/ Her body count and who she f–k ain’t never my concern.”
The deluxe album is available for pre-order on Tyler’s website as a triple vinyl set and CD, with accompanying merchandise including hats, socks, hoodies and T-shirts ranging in price from $30 to $120.
In the past, vinyl proved quite successful for the 32-year-old artist: Call Me jumped from No. 120 to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in April 2022, following the set’s release on vinyl. It marked the album’s second nonconsecutive week atop the list; it debuted at No. 1 in July 2021.