Nearly two years after the release of his album “Call Me If You Get Lost”, Odd Future rapper Tyler, The Creator is offering a deluxe version of the album titled “Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale”, which will contain unreleased tracks that didn’t make the final cut in 2021. Along with the announcement, Tyler released the single “DOGTOOTH” and an accompanying self-directed music video showing the California-born rapper in an industrial setting, with elements of the “Call Me If You Get Lost” aesthetic dispersed throughout, adopting a cadence reminiscent of southern hip hop legends like Pimp C. The deluxe album is available via Tyler’s website as a triple vinyl set and CD, with accompanying merchandise including hats, socks, hoodies, and T-shirts ranging in price from $30 to $120. In the past, the vinyl proved quite successful for the 32-year-old artist: “Call Me If You Get Lost” jumped from No. 120 to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in April 2022, following the set’s release on vinyl. It marked the album’s second nonconsecutive week atop the list; it debuted at No. 1 July in 2021. Listen to “DOGTOOTH” below.

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