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Tyler, The Creator’s ‘Call Me If You Get Lost’ returns to No. 1 on Billboard following vinyl release

Tyler, The Creator is cashing in big after a year-long win streak.

Following his GRAMMY for Rap Album Of The Year in March, Sir Baudelaire’s Call Me If You Get Lost has seemingly been the crown jewel of his discography. Its coinciding tour has been just as smashing, as Billboard reported that the rapper’s North American trek grossed over $32.6 million — the highest amount for a tour in the post-pandemic era.

Alongside his record-breaking tour revenue, CMIYGL has returned to No. 1 on the Billboard 200, per Hits Daily Double. Selling a staggering 59,000 units — 49,500 of it powered by pure vinyl sales — the album now holds the highest grossing vinyl sales week in Nielsen history. It initially debuted at No. 1 on Billboard last June, selling 169,000 total units.

Tyler’s 32-city arena tour — which brought along supporting acts in Vince Staples, Teezo Touchdown and Kali Uchis — sold a total of 389,000 tickets in its two-month span (Feb. 8 to April 8). This marks the biggest North American tour since 2020, edging J. Cole’s ‘The Off-Season Tour’ (which was previously No. 1).

The Creator also took home Rap Album Of The Year honors in 2019 for his innovative pop-infused album IGOR. Making a pair of appearances on Nigo’s latest project I Know NIGO, Tyler continues his reign on top of the game with no plans on slowing down anytime soon.

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