‘CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST’ REVIEW: Tyler’s latest is a sun-soaked late era opus
On first listen, a lot of CALL ME IF YOU GET LOST might just seem like a giant flex. And it is. Not many people can say that they had a million for Drake. This is the kind of flexing that’s cultured, well-mannered, and well-traveled. The visuals are very reminiscent of Wes Anderson and his articulately crafted universe. Simply put, it’s immaculate.