Album: Call Me If You Get Lost (2021)
Charted: 25 14
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  • This two minute '90s-channeling R&B cut finds Tyler the Creator telling the story of his encounter with a down-on-her-luck woman during a road trip. After buying her some food, he becomes infatuated with the girl and offers to whisk her off to the Cannes film festival in France. Before she replies, Tyler realizes he doesn't know what she is called, so he asks her:

    What's your name, girlfriend, what's your name
  • Tyler directed the video under his Wolf Haley moniker. It begins with him explaining he met "she" while on a road trip hunting down brioche, with Madeline's Madeline actress Helena Howard playing the love interest. The clip then tells the story of the lyrics until the twist at the end when we learn that the girl is totally unaware of Tyler's crush.
  • YoungBoy Never Broke Again raps the second verse, which finds him lovestruck in a similar way. The Bouton Rouge rapper tells the object of his affection the time he spends with her is more meaningful than splashing out on fashion.
  • Ty Dolla $ign is also credited as a featured artist, though his contribution is restricted to ad-libs. Meanwhile, DJ Drama serves as a backup vocalist.
  • Tyler produced the track himself. He incorporates a sample of H-Town's 1994 song "Back Seat (Wit No Sheets)."


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