This Friday (June 25), Tyler, The Creator will finally unleash his highly anticipated Call Me If You Get Lost project. As the first sneak peak of the forthcoming body of work, the Odd Future alum shared “LUMBERJACK” just last week, a very short-but-sweet offering that sees Tyler returning to the hard-hitting rhymes and distinctive production.
As one final offering before the full project is released, Tyler returns to share “WUSYANAME,” and he pairs it with the official visual that follows the cohesive old school theme he has going on. The clip opens up with a series of scenes showing a long-winded road trip. As the voyage continues, Tyler’s voice eases in with a monologue to intro the song:
In California, you spend most of your life in cars. Moving, travelling, searching for somewhere to land. I don’t mind tip-toeing across the globe for trills, flyin’ to Vienne to see a show at the Kunst museum, or headin’ south, to raise dolphins on jetskis.
But this time I ended up in (beep) For this real, my boy told me about. (What’s your name, what’s your name, what’s your name) That’s when I met “She.”
Tyler then spends the rest of the video pursuing a beautiful young lady. Recently, some billboards began appearing in Los Angeles with a phone number and the tagline “CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST,” which fans were able to connect back to trunk that Tyler brought with him to last year’s Grammy Awards.
It’s been two long years since Tyler, The Creator liberated his fifth studio LP IGOR. The 12-track body of work saw mostly uncredited assists from Kanye West, Charlie Wilson, Lil Uzi Vert, Playboi Carti, and more, all of which amounted to Tyler’s first number one placement on the Billboard 200 thanks to an impressive 165,000 first week album equivalent units.
Be sure to watch Tyler, The Creator’s brand new music video for “WUSYANAME” down below. You can also check out his latest skit titled “BROWN SUGAR SALMON.”