By Roman Salomone, Contributor
[Photo courtesy of Dazed]
West Coast rapper and producer Tyler, the Creator has recently announced a deluxe version of his 2021 album Call Me If You Get Lost. The new edition is entitled Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, and will feature leftover cuts from the recording sessions of the original album.
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Tyler took to Twitter to explain the purpose of the new version, saying (in all caps):
“CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST WAS THE FIRST ALBUM I MADE WITH ALOT OF SONGS THAT DIDNT MAKE THE FINAL CUT. SOME OF THOSE SONGS I REALLY LOVE, AND KNEW THEY WOULD NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY, SO IVE DECIDED TO PUT A FEW OF THEM OUT.”
The Estate Sale is set to release March 31 and is currently available for preorder on CD and a limited 3 LP version pressed on geneva blue vinyl. The back cover of the record has also been updated to include the new contributions from Vince Staples, YG, and A$AP Rocky that will appear on the bonus tracks. In conjunction with the announcement, Tyler also shared the new single “DOGTOOTH”. The track was produced by Tyler, features DJ Drama and has an accompanying music video along with it.
Call Me If You Get Lost originally dropped in June of 2021 and was met with universal acclaim from fans and critics alike. The album featured the likes of Lil Wayne, Pharrell Williams, Ty Dolla Sign, and Domo Genesis among others. The record spawned what has proven to be one of Tyler’s most successful creative ventures yet. He embarked on a huge US Tour, released a concert film through Prime Video, dropped multiple music videos, released a high-end fragrance and nail polishes through his GOLF le Fleur* brand, and won his second Grammy for “Best Rap Album” at the 2022 Grammys.