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Tyler, the Creator shares the self-directed video for ‘Lemonhead’

Watch the latest visuals from the rapper’s recent album, Call Me If You Get Lost

Tyler, the Creator has shared the video for “Lemonhead”, which yet again sees him in the shoes of his extravagant alter-ego, Tyler Baudelaire. More specifically, the visuals see Tyler delivering some tuba instructions, before showing off his car collection, then heading into the hills on a penny-farthing.

“Lemonhead” appears on the rapper’s recently-released sixth studio album, Call Me If You Get Lost. Directed by Tyler himself (under his Wolf Haley pseudonym), the music video follows other self-directed, pastel-hued visuals for the tracks “Lumberjack”, “Wusyaname”, “Juggernaut”, and “Corso”.

After an extensive rollout – which included an international billboard campaign linked to a mysterious hotline, and several visual teasers – Call Me If You Get Lost debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 albums chart.

Late last month, Tyler also battled high winds in a performance of “Lumberjack” at the 2021 BET Awards, and offered fans a chance to create their own rendition of his Call Me If You Get Lost album artwork, inspired by travel cards from the early 1900s.

Watch the new video for “Lemonhead” below.