Tyler, the Creator is teasing his comeback with two short videos, both titled “Side Street.”
In these clips, which were shared on his Twitter and YouTube accounts, the rapper makes out with a woman and drives off in a pink car. The woman’s boyfriend shows up shortly after and asks her “Baby, who was that?” Both end with a title card that reads “Call Me If You Get Lost” as barbershop quartet-style vocals and harmonies play.
Last week, eagle-eyed fans also noticed a mysterious billboard on Sunset Boulevard in Los Angeles with the phrase “Call Me If You Get Lost” on it. The billboard also displayed a Columbia records logo and a phone number. When dialed, a clip of an intimate conversation between Tyler and his mother plays.
This appeared in Sunset Boulevard and if you call the number you can hear Tyler the Creator and his mom talking in the car, and this billboard has a Columbia Records tag, new album OTW??? #tylerthecreator pic.twitter.com/ivfDsytL4z
— gabe (@itsgabecalling) June 9, 2021
Tyler could be teasing the follow-up to his acclaimed 2019 album Igor. Earlier this year, he dropped “Tell Me How,” a single previously featured in a Coca-Cola commercial, and collaborated with Brent Faiyaz on “Gravity.”
You can watch the teaser clips here:
SIDE STREET pic.twitter.com/9zq7OFHsSj
— Tyler, The Creator (@tylerthecreator) June 14, 2021