There’s another hint that Call Me If You Get Lost might be more rap-heavy than his last couple albums, and it’s embedded in the visuals. The cover artwork, depicting Tyler’s face on a driver’s license, seems to pay homage to Ol’ Dirty Bastard’s similarly themed artwork for his 1995 album Return to the 36 Chambers: The Dirty Version. Of course, if Tyler is going to make a rap album in 2021, he’s going to put his own twist on it. Along with the cover art, he also shared a painting by artist Gregory Ferrand, which sort of looks like a scene out of a Wes Anderson film. Expect this approach to carry over into the music, too. Even if Tyler does spend most of the album rapping, don’t be surprised if he squeezes in some of the pretty chords and melodies we heard on Flower Boy and IGOR, too.