Tyler, the Creator is set to release a deluxe version of his album, “Call Me If You Get Lost,” titled “The Estate Sale,” this Friday. In anticipation of the release, he has shared a new music video for a track called “Sorry Not Sorry.”
The video features Tyler, the Creator from different eras of his career, including outfits from “Call Me If You Get Lost,” “Flower Boy,” “Wolf,” and “Cherry Bomb.” The visual begins with a theater audience entering the venue and being greeted by Tyler’s past selves.
The lyrics of the song touch on different themes, including apologizing to family, friends, and past love interests for being too egotistical. Tyler then transitions to express that he’s reached a point in his life where he doesn’t care about criticism.
Tyler, the Creator is known for his attention-grabbing visuals, and this latest production is no exception. Fans can expect more from “The Estate Sale” when it drops on March 31. Check out “Sorry Not Sorry” below.