Odd Future’s Tyler, the Creator has new music dropping just in time for summer goals. The hip-hop veteran has stepped up to announce his Call Me If You Get Lost studio effort is releasing in the coming days.
Tyler, The Creator’s New Album Is Coming
The Creator went to his social media pages to get fans hyped. Tyler shared the project’s presumed cover art and penciled in Friday, June 25 as the drop date.
“CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST: JUNE 25TH … @luisperezdop @darrenvongphakdy @gregoryferrandart 😍”
Tyler, the Creator’s New ‘LUMBERJACK’ Is Awesome
Earlier in the week, TTC hit up his social media pages to unload his “LUMBERJACK” record to the world. It’s way more than just a great single, there’s an entire visual packed with Tyler’s unique wittiness and unique take on music videos featuring himself wearing an older face, battling a snowstorm and eating snacks with painted nails.
“DIRECTOR: WOLF HALEY DP: LUIS PANCH PEREZ PRODUCER: TARA RAZAVI FOR HAPPY PLACE”
In less than an hour, the video ignited over 370,000 YouTube views. But what stood out the most was how many people flooded the comments section with praise.
“this is like old odd future tyler + igor shine… in other words the album of the year is on its way apparently”
“Whether or not you like Tyler’s music you gotta admire how he reinvents himself every album.”
“this gonna be the album of the year, we got a whole nother Cherry Bomb coming and I’m ready for the explosion”
Tyler The Creator + Lil Baby Headline Bonnaroo
In September, Tyler might treat Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival concertgoers to “LUMBERJACK” live. The hip-hop heavyweight is slated to perform at the annual concert’s three-day event.
Following a COVID-19-related postponement, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival will return to Manchester, Tennessee, from September 2-5, 2021. Today, the festival has announced its full lineup. It’ll kick off with the Grand Ole Opry on Thursday, September 2. Megan Thee Stallion and Foo Fighters will headline Friday; Tame Impala and Lizzo will lead Saturday; and Tyler, the Creator and Lana Del Rey will headline Saturday. Artists like Phoebe Bridgers, Lil Baby, Jason Isbell, Brittany Howard, Deftones, Run the Jewels, and many others will play during the weekend. (Pitchfork)
The Bonnaroo Jam-Packed Fun
While COVID-19 safety protocols are expected to take place, tons of interactive activities including waterslides and a 5k run are set to go down over the three-day adventure.
The festival will be offering more than just concerts, as they will also be hosting parades, a 5k run, a Ferris wheel, waterslides and even a market featuring clothing, art pieces, and other craft items. Tickets are on sale now but you might want to wait till payday as the cheapest package is going for $339. (Narcity)