Tyler, The Creator has released his new project Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale — check it out below.

Hitting streaming services on Friday (March 31), the eight-track offering essentially serves as the deluxe edition of his aforementioned sixth album and is comprised of unreleased material that didn’t make the cut.

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Among them are collaborations with A$AP Rocky, Vince Staples and YG, along with hypeman vocals from Gangsta Grillz impresario DJ Drama, who hosted the original Call Me If You Get Lost.

There’s also guest production from Kanye West (“Heaven to Me,” which samples John Legend’s Ye-produced “Heaven Only Knows”) and Madlib (“What a Day”).

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While plugging his new project on his Instagram Stories, Tyler called “Heaven Only Knows” one of his favorite Kanye beats ever, said he used to “skate from the park home to” Madlib’s “What a Day” beat and crowned the Pretty Flacko-assisted “Wharf Talk” his “favorite song off the WHOLE album.”

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Tyler, The Creator first announced The Estate Sale on Monday (March 27), sharing its release date and cover art on social media.

“CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST WAS THE FIRST ALBUM I MADE WITH ALOT OF SONGS THAT DIDNT MAKE THE FINAL CUT,” he tweeted. “SOME OF THOSE SONGS I REALLY LOVE, AND KNEW THEY WOULD NEVER SEE THE LIGHT OF DAY, SO IVE DECIDED TO PUT A FEW OF THEM OUT.”

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The former Odd Future frontman also debuted “Dogtooth” as an early appetizer, along with an accompanying video that featured vibrant shots of him pulling donuts in a vintage Rolls-Royce, walking a pack of designer dogs and emptying a briefcase full of cash from the top of an industrial tower.

He followed that up a few days later with “Sorry Not Sorry,” a remorseful yet defiant track on which he issued a series of apologies to the people in his life, including his mother, friends, fans and former lovers — male and female.

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“Sorry to the freaks I led on/ Who thought their life was gonna change ’cause I gave ’em head on/ But instead, I sped off, yeah, I know I’m dead wrong/ Sorry to the guys I had to hide/ Sorry to the girls I had to lie to, who ain’t need to know if I was by the lake switchin’ tides, too,” he rapped on the sample-heavy track.

“Sorry Not Sorry” was also accompanied by a self-directed video which featured several versions of Tyler from throughout his career, each in a distinct outfit tied to his past albums. As the song reached its fiery climax, Tyler could be seen beating one of his former selves to death.

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Call Me If You Get Lost originally arrived in June 2021 and featured appearances from an eclectic cast of artists including Lil Wayne, NBA YoungBoy, Lil Uzi Vert, Pharrell and Brent Faiyaz.

The album marked a new commercial peak for Tyler, debuting at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with a career-best 169,000 first-week sales. It has since been certified gold by the RIAA (Recording Industry Association of America).

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CMIYGL was also a critical success, winning Best Rap Album at the 2022 Grammy Awards, fending off tough competition from Hip Hop heavyweights Kanye West (Donda), Nas (King’s Disease II) and J. Cole (The Off-Season).

It was Tyler’s second win in the category after his previous project, IGOR, took home the award in 2021.