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Tyler, The Creator Drops Deluxe Edition of 'Call Me If You Get Lost,' ft. Madlib, YG & More

Madlib, A$AP Rocky, Vince Staples, and YG, join Tyler, The Creator on the deluxe edition of the rapper's Grammy-winning 2021 album, Call Me If You Get Lost.

Nearing two years since its initial release, Tyler, The Creator is giving fans a glimpse at the scrapped songs and demos recorded for his 2021 album, Call Me If You Get Lost.

Announced earlier this week with the first of several new visual treatments, the cleverly-titled Estate Sale edition of the project uncovers a grip of material left on the cutting room floor, expanding the tracklist with eight previously-unheard songs with contributions from A$AP Rocky, YG, and Vince Staples, along with production from Madlib.

Call Me If You Get Lost was released in June 2021 to critical and pedestrian praise. The album marked Tyler's second consecutive No.1 debut on the Billboard 200 chart, selling 169,000 album-equivalent units in its first week. It returned to the top of the chart once again the following April when the wax edition went live and quickly moved more vinyl units (49,500) in its first week of sales than any hip-hop album released in the previous three decades.

The rapper's sixth studio album was supported by a worldwide tour in 2022 and took home the Grammy for "Best Rap Album" that same year, marking Tyler's second in the category in as many entries. The 2022 Grammy also extended the institutional acknowledgment to DJ Drama, who hosted and, at times, narrated the album, giving it the undeniable feel of one of his iconic Gangsta Grillz mixtapes. It featured appearances from 42 Dugg, Lil Wayne, Pharrell, Lil Uzi Vert, Brent Faiyaz, Teezo Touchdown, Ty Dolla $ign, and Young Boy Never Broke Again.

Stream the deluxe edition of Call Me If You Get Lost below and scroll on to see the new videos for bonus tracks, "WHARF TALK," "DOGTOOTH," and "SORRY NOT SORRY."

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