Last week, details on Earl Sweatshirts’ forthcoming sophomore album emerged through a label slip up that left Earl pretty pissed off, while we were all sitting here bugging out. Along with the announcement came the first glimpse of what’s in-store in the form of ‘Grief’ and a track-list 10 tracks deep featuring Vince Staples, Wiki, Dash and the only Odd Future affiliate on the project Na’kel.
Well now the wait is over. The entirety of the project I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside has hit iTunes. For the minute, its only available on the US Store, so if you’re fortunate enough to have an account linked to a US address then go ham. If not, sit tight, it’s sure to hit your library real soon.
http://t.co/aSQkDxtMM5 HEAR MY PAIN
— EARL (@earlxsweat) March 23, 2015
For now, you can croon over another cut from the album entitled ‘Wool’, featuring long-time collaborator and accomplice Vince Staples, which is available to stream below.
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