Watch Tyler, the Creator perform ‘Call Me if You Get Lost’ in Brooklyn

He also treated the Music Hall of Williamsburg to cuts from ‘IGOR’ and ‘Flower Boy.’

Tyler, the Creator performed his chart-topping album Call Me if You Get Lost live to a raucous audience in Brooklyn last week, and footage of the entire show is available now.

Last Thursday, Tyler’s fans in Brooklyn, New York were treated to a special surprise performance at Music Hall of Williamsburg. In the limited-capacity concert, he performed his new album in its entirety, as well as cuts off his previous albums, IGOR and 2017’s Flower Boy.

Prior to the Brooklyn concert, Tyler also performed lowkey shows in Los Angeles and Dallas. Tyler explained to the Brooklyn crowd that the gigs served as “practice” after not playing concerts for over 18 months. His last string of shows was in 2019 in support of IGOR. “Also, I just missed being around you fucking humans,” he told his screaming fans.


Call Me if You Get Lost debuted at the top spot on the Billboard 200 earlier this week. The 16-song effort features 42 Dugg, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Lil Wayne, Teezo Touchdown, Domo Genesis, Brent Faiyaz, Pharrell Williams, Lil Uzi Vert and more. Tyler has also dropped videos he directed himself for “Lumberjack,” “Wusyaname” and “Corso.”

Tyler’s Brooklyn concert was live-streamed through Amazon Music’s Twitch Channel and later uploaded to the rapper’s YouTube channel. Watch the performance in its entirety below:

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