"Call Me If You Get Lost" by Tyler, the Creator

|| Tracklist and song ratings ||

  1. SIR BAUDELAIRE (Ft. DJ Drama) // 6.5/10
  2. CORSO // 8.7/10
  3. LEMONHEAD (Ft. 42 Dugg) // 6/10
  4. WUSYANAME (Ft. Ty Dolla $ign & YoungBoy Never Broke Again) // 8/10
  5. LUMBERJACK // 7.3/10
  6. HOT WIND BLOWS (Ft Lil Wayne) // 8/10
  7. MASSA // 5.3/10
  8. RUNITUP (Ft. Teezo Touchdown) // 8.5/10
  9. MANIFESTO (Ft. Domo Genesis) // 7.4/10
  10. SWEET/I THOUGHT YOU WANTED TO DANCE (Ft. Brent Faiyaz & Fana Hues) // 9/10
  11. MOMMA TALK (interlude)
  12. RISE! (Ft. DAISY WORLD) // 7.4/10
  13. BLESSED (interlude)
  14. JUGGERNAUT (Ft. Pharrell Williams & Lil Uzi Vert) // 8.1/10
  15. WILSHIRE // 9.2/10
  16. SAFARI // 6.2/10
  17. || My full thoughts on this album ||

    Tyler the Creator has found his definitive sound on "Call Me If You Get Lost." You can hear glimpses of his older projects shine through here and it shows how far he has come from his first album, "Bastard." This is the first album he has written where he explores his own personal life. On his other projects, the stories told are fictional and represent characters. According to Tyler, the stories and emotions of this album are entirely personal and based on real events in his life. This makes for a very emotional and personal listen, offering a small look into Tyler's mind and relationships. 'WILSHIRE' is my favorite example of the personal storytelling on this album, where Tyler tells a personal story for the entire 8 minute duration. It is a fantastic story and a must listen in my opinion. There's a heavier focus on rapping on this album than in previous Tyler albums which is refreshing. Cool features from Lil Uzi, Pharrell Williams, Teezo Touchdown, and Lil Wayne. YoungBoy's verse was by far the best verse of his career in my opinion. This project has a mixtape sound, likely thanks to DJ Drama's production and occasional shouting. I like that though. It has a groundedness that you wouldn't get from a grand, cinematic project. Although I think IGOR and Flower Boy were better, I would still recommend you to give it a listen.