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Watch Tyler, the Creator Channel All His Eras In the "Sorry Not Sorry" Music Video

Continuing the rollout to Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, Tyler, the Creator has released new single, "Sorry Not Sorry."

Tyler, the Creatorand DJ Drama reconvene on new single "Sorry Not Sorry." The song comes two days after Tyler's surprise release "Dogtooth," which will appear on his deluxe album Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale.

Call Me If You Get Lost was the first album I made with alot [sic] of songs that didnt [sic] make the final cut," the 2-time Grammy-winner wrote on Twitter earlier this week. “Some of those songs I really love, and knew they would never see the light of day, so Ive decided to put a few of them out.”

Like "Dogtooth," the self-directed music video for "Sorry Not Sorry" is equally vivid, showing the rapper, legal name Tyler Okonma, in all of his musical eras: Wolf Haley, Gap Tooth, Flower Boy, Igor, Tyler Baudelaire, and more. Towards the end of the video, it appears that each version of the 32-year-old artist is appearing in a museum or stage play, facing a tearful crowd.

In the confessional song, Okonma apologizes about seeming too self-involved throughout his career, even acknowledging his forebearers. "I'm sorry to my ancestors (I'm so sorry), I know I'm supposed to fight (I know)," he raps. "But this ice shinin' brighter than a black man's plight, I'ma make it right / In the meantime, I'll give some advice while these blood diamonds gettin' cleaned off."

Aside from new music, Okonma appears in new Hulu docuseries RapCaviar Presents, which also features Pharrell Williams, Roddy Ricch, City Girls, Coi Leray, Polo G, and Jack Harlow.

Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale arrives Friday, March 31. Its vinyl and CD editions are available for preorder now.