It’s been two years since Tyler, the Creator’s last album Igor came out, and fans have something new to look forward to in the coming weeks.
After posting teasers on social media and a callable number on a Los Angeles billboard, the Grammy award-winning rapper took to Twitter to announce his new album’s name, Call Me If You Get Lost and its June 25 release date.
The first mention of the album came from a billboard spotted along an LA highway. The phone number written on the billboard, when called, led to an audio track featuring Tyler and his mother. The rapper also posted a snippet of what seems to be a song from the album on Instagram, with the caption “10.Sweet,” believed to be the song title.
On June 16, he released the single LUMBERJACK and its music video, which he also directed.
Tyler, the Creator, is an American rapper, director, and designer. Call Me If You Get Lost will be his sixth studio album. Apart from his stellar music career, he is the owner and designer of his own streetwear brand, GOLF WANG. – with reports from Adrian Soriano/ Rappler.com
Adrian Soriano is a Rappler intern