Tyler, the Creator Nods to His Past Album Covers and Eras in New "Sorry Not Sorry" Music Video
The new tune will be featured on his ‘Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale’ deluxe album.
Tyler, the Creator‘s Call Me If You Get Lost era isn’t finished just yet as the rapper confirmed two days ago that the album’s deluxe version titled The Estate Sale will be delivered this Friday. A new song and music video titled “DOGTOOTH” accompanied the announcement, and now ahead of the drop he’s blessed his fans with yet another tune and visual called “SORRY NOT SORRY.”
If you’ve followed along with the Los Angeles-based artist’s past roll outs, then you’ll know that he rarely ever misses when it comes to his visual productions, and that’s certainly the case for this newest piece. The clip opens up with audience members walking into a theater, and when the red curtain opens up, a fleet of Tyler, the Creators from his old albums and past eras stand there to entertain them. You can point out the same exact outfits that he rocks on his latest record Call Me If You Get Lost as well as Flower Boy, Wolf and Cherry Bomb to name a few.
The contents of the lyrics are related to various themes including apologizing to his mom, ancestors, old friends and love interests about being too egotistic and transitioning to the fact that he’s at a place in life where he could care less about criticism.
Peep the full video above and look for Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale to drop on March 31.
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