Tyler, the Creator Is Teasing Something with New Video "SIDE STREET"
Closing phrase "Call Me If You Get Lost" has also recently been spotted on billboards
Today, the artist shared a short clip with the title "SIDE STREET," which opens with Tyler kissing a woman on the hood of a pastel pink car. After he drives away, the phrase "Call Me If You Get Lost" appears.
That same phrase has recently appeared on billboards and street advertisements, complete with a phone number fans can call to hear a voicemail conversation between Tyler and his mother.
The message and phone number can also be found at the URL callmeifyougetlost.com, leading listeners to believe new music is imminent. You can find both teasers below.
Exclaim! named Tyler, the Creator's IGOR among the 10 Best Hip-Hop Albums of 2019.
In the time since releasing the album, he has shared standalone tracks "BEST INTEREST" and "GROUP B," won a Grammy, criticized the Recording Academy, teamed with Freddie Gibbs and more.
A mysterious billboard popped up in LA yesterday, and it's already sparked rumors of a new @tylerthecreator album. Some say that calling the number leads to a voicemail from Tyler's mom, and others have discovered a reference to an album in the code of https://t.co/oENk7E1NH6. pic.twitter.com/2qCjCht4ut— Pigeons & Planes (@PigsAndPlans) June 10, 2021