Tyler, The Creator has begged for forgiveness on his new single, ‘Sorry Not Sorry’.
The track is the latest cut to be released for the extended edition of Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, which is released on Friday. Tyler only announced the project on his Twitter account earlier this week and revealed the reason why he’s going public with this new set of tracks is that he had “a lot of songs” left over from the project.
Further elaborating on his decision to drop an expanded edition of Call Me If You Get Lost, the California musician explained, “Some of those songs I really love, and knew they would never see the light of day, so I’ve decided to put a few of them out!”
On the new track, he emotionally raps, “Sorry to the guys I had to hide, Sorry to the girls I had to lie to.” Tyler adds, “Sorry if you gotta dig for info I don’t wanna give, So you stalk, make up fibs, just to talk about my private life ’cause you’re weird.”
The new release follows ‘Dogtooth’, which also appears on Call Me If You Get Lost: The Estate Sale, and included the line, “If you don’t know my daughter name, then we ain’t really [dawgs].” However, Tyler has now cleared up the lyric, and wrote on Twitter: “I don’t have kids and don’t plan on it, hahaha.”
Listen to ‘Sorry Not Sorry’ below.