Fresh off the conclusion of the wildly successful 32-city Call Me If You Get Lost Tour, Tyler, the Creator stopped by Beat Street Records for his fifth interview with Nardwuar

Their latest interview in the Vancouver, British Columbia record store fittingly comes after his sixth studio album Call Me If You Get Lost catapulted back to No. 1 on the Billboard 200 last week when he broke the record for the largest vinyl sales week for an album by a solo male artist with 49,500 copies moved. Tyler was immediately sent down memory lane as he quickly perused the store, checking out old magazine covers from The Source and XXL, as well as figures of 50 Cent, among others. 

Nardwuar revealed to Tyler that many of the items that he has shown and given to him in past interviews were taken from this Beat Street Records location. 

In other news, it was reported late last month that Tyler made $32.6 million after selling an impressive 389,000 tickets for his Call Me If You Get Lost Tour.

Check out Tyler chatting with Nardwuar and geeking out over old magazine covers while at Beat Street Records up top.