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“Heaven to Me” Music Video by Tyler, the Creator
“Heaven to Me” Music Video by Tyler, the Creator
Credit: Screengrab from YouTube, "Heaven to Me" by Tyler, the Creator

Tyler, The Creator Gives Flawless One-Take Performance In "Heaven to Me" Video

Tyler, the Creator celebrates his past and present in the one-take music video for “Heaven to Me.”

The latest single from Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, Tyler, the Creator gives an energetic one-take performance in new music video “Heaven to Me.” The song, which samples 1972 Monk Higgins classic “Heaven Only Knows” (also sampled in 2006 John Legend track “Heaven”), sees Tyler looking over his musical journey, including the formation of former collective Odd Future.

On Sunday (April 2), the 2-time Grammy-winner gave a breakdown on Twitter about his eight additional tracks on The Estate Sale, including “Heaven to Me.”

“john legends once again album is special to me. this kanye beat still leaves me speechless,” Tyler tweeted. “i had to, such a warm sound, another hand held [sic] mic one take. beat felt like a highlight reel of my life so i leaned into it…”

“Heaven to Me” follows The Estate Sale singles “Dogtooth” and “Sorry Not Sorry.” The deluxe edition also boasts features from Vince Staples (“Stuntman”), A$AP Rocky (“Wharf Talk”), and YG (“Boyfriend, Girlfriend”).

Call Me If You Get Lost was the first album I made with alot [sic] of songs that didnt [sic] make the final cut,” Tyler wrote on Twitter last week. “Some of those songs I really love, and knew they would never see the light of day, so Ive [sic] decided to put a few of them out.”

Along with the digital version of The Estate Sale, the LP is available for presale on vinyl and CD formats. Tyler, who released the original version of Call Me If You Get Lost last June, appears on new Hulu docuseries RapCaviar Presents.

Watch “Heaven to Me” below.