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The 30-year-old Grammy-winning rapper releases the new track and self-directed music video amid speculations that he is about to kick off his new album rollout.

AceShowbiz - Tyler, the Creator has made fans believe that a new album is imminent. Just a few days after he shared a promo video called "Side Street", the rapper released a new song titled "Lumberjack" and its visual which shows him getting trapped in a blizzard.

The 30-year-old Grammy winner dropped the fresh track and the self-directed clip on Wednesday, June 16. The video begins with him enjoying a snack in bed while reading a magazine. As he receives a phone call, the MC is quick to jump out of bed.

"N***as ain't really on the type of s**t" he on/ I hit Drizzy and told him I had a milli for him/ I own my companies full, told 'em to keep the loan/ I took the gold b***h home, n***as is big mad," he starts rapping. "I put that b***h on the shelf to let it ventilate/ And bought another car 'cause I ain't know how to celebrate/ That big boy, that big b***h for all weather/ It never rain in Cali, came with an umbrella."

At some points, Tyler can be seen sharing a laugh with a nail tech as he receives a manicure. The clip then displays him rhyming in windy highlands before half of his body gets buried in snow. It ends with a text that reads, "Call Me if You Get Lost."

The note has left fans speculating that "Call Me if You Get Lost" could be a title of his upcoming album. On the reason why, the message also popped up in a "Side Street" teaser that he posted a few days earlier, which saw him making out with a woman by a sidewalk.

It has been more than two years since Tyler released his fifth studio album "Igor", which won the 2020 Grammy for Best Rap Album. It also secured him eight tracks on the Hot 100 in its first charting week.

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