Tyler, The Creator has announced that he will be bringing his Estate Sale project to life during an intimate show in Los Angeles.
The concert will take place at L.A.’s El Rey Theatre on Wednesday (April 26) at 9 p.m. Tyler announced the show on his personal Instagram page, saying it would just be him and a microphone inside the venue’s tiny Blackbox set-up.
The show’s accompanying poster stated that tickets would be Will Call only, and available for pick-up at the theatre.
“Bare black box show just me and a mic. callmeifyougetlost.com los Angeles,” Tyler wrote in his caption.
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The eight-track offering essentially serves as a deluxe edition of his 2021 album. The project debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and helped the original Call Me If You Get Lost achieve platinum status earlier in April.
Needless to say, Hip Hop has been very good to Tyler, The Creator. The former Odd Future frontman recently spoke about being a rapper in Hulu’s new RapCaviar docuseries, and said the experience has been nothing short of “awesome.”
“We’re good with words. We’re good with rhythm. We know pockets. We hear a collection of sounds and one thing and say, ‘Ahh, I know what could go over this,’ that takes a skill,” he said. “You could be multiple choice. You could be into this and you could be into this, and you could be into that. It’s A,B,C.”
Tyler continued: “I’m a rapper. I’m also a producer. I’m also a fucking hot dog. You got some young kid like 13 thinking, ‘Oh I got to make bravado rap, [or] damn I gotta talk about what you think you would have to talk about in a rap song,’ [but] no, you don’t. When I’m flexing on these songs, it’s just about the shit that I really like.”