Tyler, the Creator new album 'Call Me If You Get Lost' 2021: tour, release date, tracklist, features & more

5 August 2021, 12:57

Tyler, the Creator new album 'Call Me If You Get Lost' 2021: release date, tracklist, features & more
Tyler, the Creator new album 'Call Me If You Get Lost' 2021: release date, tracklist, features & more. Picture: Getty

The rapper has released the tour dates to accompany his new record 'Call Me If You Get Lost'.

Tyler, the Creator nnounced that his hotly-anticipated new album Call Me If You Get Lost would drop on 25th June, 2021.

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A promotional skit titled 'BROWN SUGAR SALMON' dropped the day before the album's release, showing Tyler - referred to throughout as 'Mr. Baudelaire' - attempting, and failing, to order dinner during a train ride.

The rapper kicked off his new record's rollout after a huge cryptic billboard appeared reading "Call Me If You Get Lost", hinting at the album's name before its announcement.

The billboard also featured a phone number underneath, which fans who dialled were reportedly met with a recording of a conversation between Tyler and his mother, in which she is expressing her love and admiration for him.

The billboard also features the Columbia Records logo, adding to the speculation as Tyler’s last two albums Flower Boy (2017) and IGOR (2019) were released under Columbia Records.

A mysterious website has also appeared under the address www.callmeifyougetlost.com that contains the same information, adding to the speculation.

  1. When is Tyler, The Creator going on tour?

    Tyler, The Creator has announced his upcoming Call Me If You Get Lost Tour of North America.

    The rapper will be joined by his collaborators Kali Uchis, Vince Staples, and Teezo Touchdown, while the tour kicks off in February 2022.

    See the full dates and locations below.

    Tyler, The Creator has announced his Call Me If You Get Lost Tour.
    Tyler, The Creator has announced his Call Me If You Get Lost Tour. Picture: Twitter/@tylerthecreator
  2. When is Tyler, The Creator's album being released?

    Tyler has announced that his new album Call Me If You Get Lost will be dropping on Friday 25th June, 2021.

  3. What is the tracklist for Tyler, The Creator's new album?

    The tracklist for Call Me If You Get Lost is as follows:

    1. SIR BAUDELAIRE
    2. CORSO
    3. LEMONHEAD (Feat. 42 Dugg)
    4. WUSYANAME (Feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again & Ty Dolla $ign)
    5. LUMBERJACK
    6. HOT WIND BLOWS (Feat. Lil Wayne)
    7. MASSA
    8. RUNITUP (Feat. Teezo Touchdown)
    9. MANIFESTO (Feat. Domo Genesis)
    10. SWEET / I THOUGHT YOU WANTED TO DANCE (Feat. Brent Faiyaz & Fana Hues)
    11. MOMMA TALK
    12. RISE! (Feat. DAISY WORLD)
    13. BLESSED
    14. JUGGERNAUT (Feat. Lil Uzi Vert & Pharrell Williams)
    15. WILSHIRE
    16. SAFARI

  4. Who features on Tyler, The Creator's new album?

    Tylers album features a range of different artists including:

    • DJ Drama
    • 42 Dugg
    • YoungBoy Never Broke Again
    • Ty Dolla $ign
    • Lil wayne
    • Teezo Touchdown
    • Domo Genesis
    • Brent Faiyaz
    • Fana Hues
    • DAISY WORLD
    • Lil Uzi Vert
    • Pharrell Williams

    Despite not having a vocal feature from Frank Ocean, Tyler has included a snippet of the singer talking at the end of track: 'Lemonhead'.

    Fans wanted a Frank Ocean vocal feature
    Fans wanted a Frank Ocean vocal feature. Picture: Getty

    SZA had previously suggested that a collaboration between herself and Tyler may be on the cards, telling Complex she was "manifesting" a link-up with the rapper.

    "Like, I was talking about this song that got leaked on the internet yesterday. Well, it didn’t get leaked yesterday, but I was talking about it yesterday. It was this Jodie Foster song and it was over an old Tyler, the Creator beat from like 2016."

    "I was talking about it and Tyler called me yesterday to send me new stuff. And I was like, 'That’s so random.'"

  5. What songs are on Tyler, The Creator's new album?

    Tyler has dropped track, 'WUSYANAME', sharing a preview on Twitter and Instagram, with the full video on Youtube.

    On Instagram, Tyler captioned the post, "4. WusYaName ( longer version on youtube, bio)", indicating that this is album's fourth track.

    The song is accompanied by cool visuals and features mysterious vocals that fans are speculating could belong to Frank Ocean.

    Previously, Tyler dropped the first single from the album, titled 'LUMBERJACK', along with some accompanying visuals.

    He posted a clip of the video on Instagram, captioning the post: "5. LUMBERJACK (out now everywhere)". Suggesting this may be the albums with track.

    Tyler also dropped a video on Twitter that features a mellow instrumental in the back, which appears to be teasing the albums first single. The video is captioned "SIDE STREET".

    The video shows himself and Helena Howard kissing, whilst he leans out of a bubblegum pink vintage car.

    Tyler then drives off, whilst Helena Walks off with another man and the words 'call me if you get lost' show on screen, mirroring the cryptic billboards previously seen by fans.

    The rapper has uploaded a similar clip on Instagram, where he is outside of the car alongside Helena.

    The instrumental remains the same - but the post is captioned "10. SWEET" Suggesting this may be the albums tenth track.

    There is an instrumental playing in the background of the phone call between Tyler and his mother, which may be a track from the rumoured album. A tweet including the snippet has been featured below.

    Fans have also come to Twitter telling that they attempted to upload recordings of the call to Instagram, however have been met with copyright claims. One fan says: “'MOMMA TALK' is the first confirmed single of Tyler, The Creator’s new album. It’s probably an interlude or an intro but I’m excited regardless".

    'MOMMA TALK' may be the first single from Tylers rumoured upcoming album
    'MOMMA TALK' may be the first single from Tylers rumoured upcoming album. Picture: Twitter: Oscos

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