Earl Sweatshirt Releasing New Album Some Rap Songs Next Week, Shares “The Mint”: Listen


vancouver canada cialis online has announced his first new album in three years. The follow-up to 2015’s payday loan store salary is called http://uristocrat.com/category/uristocrat/page/362/. It’s out November 30 (via Tan Cressida/dwi probation). Following “Nowhere2go,” he’s shared the new single “The Mint.” It features Navy Blue (who’s worked with MIKE, Pink Siifu, and others). Listen to the track, produced by Black Noi$e and mixed by Standing on the Corner, below; scroll down for the Some Rap Songs cover art.

In a statement, Earl revealed that the new album addresses the death of his father Keorapetse Kgositsile. “Me and my dad had a relationship that’s not uncommon for people to have with their fathers, which is a non-perfect one,” Earl said. “Talking to him is symbolic and non-symbolic, but it’s literally closure for my childhood. Not getting to have that moment left me to figure out a lot with my damn self.”

Earl has shared music selectively in the years since I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside. He dropped loose tracks like “Solace,” “Wind in My Sails,” and “Balance.” He also featured on Danny Brown’s 2016 track “Really Doe,” and produced music for Mach-Hommy, Denmark Vessey, Medhane, and others.

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This article was originally published on Tuesday, November 20 at 9:28 a.m. Eastern. It was last updated on November 20 at 10:20 a.m. Eastern.

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