Tyler, the Creator returns with a new album “Call Me If You Get Lost” and we got it for you, download fast and feel the vibes.
Tyler, the Creator has scored his second No. 1 record this week, with Call Me If You Get Lost debuting at the top of the Billboard 200. It unseated Olivia Rodrigo’s SOUR, which had occupied the top slot for two weeks. Tyler’s livestreamed show at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg celebrating the release is also now archived on YouTube, check that out below.
Tyler released Call Me If You Get Lost at the end of June after a few weeks of teasing that included billboards, a single, a skit, and a music video. He performed “Lumberjack” at the BET Awards before releasing another new music video for “Corso” last week. Tyler landed his first No. 1 LP with Igor in 2019.
Tyler, the Creator has scored his second No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 as his latest studio offering, Call Me If You Get Lost debuted atop this week’s chart. Tyler previously hit No. 1 with his last album, 2019’s IGOR.
Billboard reports Call Me If You Get Lost’s earned 169,000 equivalent album units in the tracking week ending July 1, 114,000 of which came from streaming and 55,000 from official album sales.
Billboard 200: #1(new) @tylerthecreator, CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST 169,000 [152.96 million on-demand streams | 55,000 pure sales].
— chart data (@chartdata) July 4, 2021
Released on June 25, just a week after it was officially announced, the 16-track LP is highlighted by guest appearances from Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Pharrell Williams, Brent Faiyaz, Domo Genesis, 42 Dugg, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Ty Dolla Sign, Teezo Touchdown, Daisy World, and Fana Hues.
In addition to all the guest vocals, DJ Drama also makes numerous appearances throughout the project with plenty of that iconic “Gangsta Grillz” tag thrown around for good measure.
To coincide with the release of Call Me If You Get Lost, Tyler also released a line of merch through his fashion brand, Golf Wang. Earlier this week, Tyler performed a pop-up show at the Music Hall of Williamsburg in Brooklyn. It was the venue’s first live show since the pandemic.