Tyler, the Creator’s New Album is Almost Out & Here’s What We Know

Tyler, The Creator performs at the 2018 Lollapalooza.
Tyler, The Creator performs at the 2018 Lollapalooza. Photo by REX/Shutterstock (9782561bm)

Tyler, the Creator has always been full of surprises, and he’s staying true to himself with his new album Call Me If You Get Lost. He teased it only a week before its release, and here’s everything we know about this record so far.

Release Date

Call Me If You Get Lost serves as the follow-up to Tyler, the Creator’s 2019 album Igor, and it will be released on June 25th through A Boy Is a Gun and Columbia Records.


Tyler, the Creator didn’t reveal the full tracklist of his next album, but he already dropped two songs. The recently released “Lumberjack” serves as the first single, and it was preceded by a short teaser video titled “Side Street”.

Cryptic Promos

Tyler, the Creator confirmed the title and release date of Call Me If You Get Lost last week, but he’s been teasing it for a few weeks. He started the promo with the cryptic billboard, which includes a phone number “1 (855) 444-8888”, the plays a recorded conversation between the rapper and his mother when called.

Chart Chances

Tyler, the Creator’s last LP Igor came our way with very little warning and became his first no. 1 album. Given the rapper’s fan following, Call Me If You Get Lost could repeat its success, but it will have tough competition in Doja Cat’s Planet Her, which is coming out on the same day.