On Sunday, February 27, 18,000 people flocked to the Schottenstein Center to see the Tyler, the Creator for the first time since before the pandemic on the “Call Me If You Get Lost Tour” along with artists Teezo Touchdown, Vince Staples, and Kali Uchis.
Tyler Okonma, better known by his stage name Tyler, the Creator, recently released a studio album, “Call Me If You Get Lost,” which features various genres, including Alternative rap, R&B, and Neo Soul in its 16 tracks.
Tyler is no stranger to the spotlight, with his latest two albums earning 5 awards, including Album of the year and Cultural Influence Award at the BET Hip Hop awards and Best Rap Album at the Grammy’s.
Many fans also know Tyler for his successful clothing and beauty lines, Golf Wang and Golf Le Fleur, which sells cologne, nail polish, apparel, and even basketballs with his infamous “GOLF” logo.
On Saturday’s setlist, many of his older tracks from his 11 years of activity, such as “See You Again” and “Tamale,” delighted the crowd.
While followers of Tyler, The Creator are enjoying an international tour, they will have to wait patiently for new music: he releases new albums once every two years, meaning the next new hit will drop in the year 2023.