Tyler loves to travel. From lyrics about Swedish b*tches sucking toes and Chanel to music videos highlighting his fascination with Paris and the French Open, it’s pretty evident Tyler loves European culture. Following groundbreaking after groundbreaking album in his career, “Call Me If You Get Lost” doesn’t redefine Tyler, the Creator but rather explores themes and motifs that have been present in his music since the beginning. It's weird ground for any rapper to tread but he manages to flesh out this aesthetic with “Call Me If You Get Lost.”
Few hip-hop artists of the 2010s have had the same artistic growth and talent as Tyler, The Creator. Living up to the name Odd Future, Tyler’s start in the Los Angeles music collective made him a name in the hip-hop underground before blowing up in popularity seemingly overnight with the release of his debut “Goblin.” A polarizing figure through and through, his early days have been seen with gentler eyes than when he was first impressed by the music landscape. Many saw him as crude, bigoted and immature but his talent as a producer and lyricist became evident to many critics even in his early days. Undergoing a metamorphosis, Tyler would dispel critics and prove to be one of today's most unique and gifted hip-hop artists.