Tyler, the Creator Continues ‘Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale’ Rollout With “Sorry Not Sorry” Video

The track and video arrive ahead of this Friday's release of 'Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale,' featuring songs that didn't make the original version.

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Tyler, the Creator continues to expand the Call Me If You Get Lost universe with his latest track and video, “SORRY NOT SORRY.”

Like its predecessor “DOGTOOTH,” released earlier this week, the new song will be featured on the upcoming Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale album. The project sees Tyler putting together what’s been billed as “a collection of songs that didn’t make the original album.”

See the “SORRY NOT SORRY” video, directed by Tyler, up top. The reflective track is brought to life in a theatrical setting, showing an audience looking on as various iterations of Tyler—each tied to different album eras—stand together on the stage.

Estate Sale is out this Friday. The expanded listening experience notably arrives just one day after Hulu launches the Spotify playlist-inspired RapCaviar Presents series, featuring Tyler.

At the top of the year, DJ Drama—whose distinctive voice is heard throughout the Grammy-winning Call Me If You Get Lost—shouted out Tyler while speaking about his role in reinvigorating the art of mixtapes.

“I Brought The Mixtape Game Back 2 Life,” Drama said in an IG update in January. “Thanks Tyler.”

Tyler himself has also been showing his appreciation for a number of fellow artists in recent months, including Lupe Fiasco and Missy Elliott. Back in December, he revealed his favorite songs of 2022, including two key tracks from Kendrick Lamar’s acclaimed Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers album.

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