Tyler, the Creator Shares Live Concert for Free

Tyler, The Creator in the 2018 edition of Lollapalooza
Tyler, The Creator in the 2018 edition of Lollapalooza. Photo by REX/Shutterstock (9782561bm)

Earlier this month, Tyler, the Creator celebrated the release of his latest record, Call Me If You Get Lost, with a live performance at Brooklyn’s Music Hall of Williamsburg while streaming the whole thing on Twitch. If you were unable to tune in, there is still a way to check out the event.

The “EARFQUAKE” rapper has recently shared the entire Call Me If You Get Lost concert for free on YouTube. The hour-long video sees Tyler, the Creator, performing 15 tracks, most of which came from his new release.

He also infused the set with some older cuts, including Flower Boy’s “911” and IGOR’s “New Magic Wand.”

Check out the performance in full below.

Shortly after the video came out, it was announced that Call Me If You Get Lost reached the No.1 spot on the U.S. Billboard 200. This is the second time Tyler, the Creator topped the charts, repeating the success he had with IGOR in 2019.

The album also received widespread acclaim from critics, who praised it for its experimentation, mix of different styles, and “seamless transitions between tracks.”

Tyler, the Creator is expected to support the album with a series of solo shows, while also taking part in several festivals this summer, including Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, Outside Lands, and Day N Vegas.