Tyler, the Creator returns with all-too-brief single, “Lumberjack”

Fans think the song is off his next album, ‘Call Me If You Get Lost.’

Tyler, the Creator is back with a new single and vibrant music video for “Lumberjack.”

The track, which is his first single since his Coca-Cola commercial song “Tell Me How,” features Tyler’s signature monotone flow, with some old-school mixtape-era shoutouts from producer DJ Drama.

“Rolls-Royce pull up, Black boy hop out / Shoutout to my mother and my father, didn’t pull out,” he spits. “Two, four, five hundred stacks for the hood / Call me lumberjack ’cause I wish a n***a would.”

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In the accompanying clip, which the rapper directed under his Wolf Haley alias, Tyler gets his nails painted, raps in the snow and struggles against his older self in a storm.

Earlier this week, a series of billboards were spotted in Los Angeles that read, “Call Me If You Get Lost.” The phrase also appeared in Tyler’s teaser clips, “Side Street,” and flashes at the end of his new video. Due to the clues, fans believe that Tyler’s next full-length album will be called Call Me If You Get Lost and think “Lumberjack” marks the project’s first single.

Tyler released his last album, IGOR, in 2019. The record went on to win Best Rap Album at the 2020 Grammys. Watch the colorful video for his newest single, “Lumberjack,” below:

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