Tyler, the Creator has officially announced the follow-up to 2019’s Igor, sharing the album art and release date for the forthcoming record — titled Call Me If You Get Lost — to Instagram earlier today (June 17).
Set to arrive on June 25 via Columbia, the rapper’s sixth studio album has been teased with a worldwide billboard campaign over the last couple of weeks. Bearing the album’s then-unannounced title, the adverts also directed fans to a hotline featuring snippets of new music.
Yesterday (June 16), meanwhile, we got the first proper taste of the imminent project, in the form of the Gravediggaz-sampling track “Lumberjack”. The song also dropped alongside a short music video (watch here).
Besides earning a spot as one of Dazed’s favourite albums of 2019, Igor bagged Tyler his first Grammy Award, though he later expressed reservations about winning in the Best Rap Album category. Revisit Dazed’s feature on Igor here, and view Tyler, the Creator’s official Call Me If You Get Lost announcement below.