Earl Sweatshirt returns with “Some Rap Songs” album after three-year hiatus
It’s been three years since we’ve received a project from Earl Sweatshirt, however, yesterday the popular rapper finally released some new music in the form of his anticipated album, “Some Rap Songs“.
The LP was first announced by Earl on Twitter and Instagram in early November, solidifying an official date around the month’s mid-point. Singles “Nowhere2go” and “The Mint” featuring Navy Blue arrived a couple of week’s before the full release, warming fans up for the impending 15-track project.
A few features over the years and some leaked tracks is all that fans have had to feed off until now. Perhaps surprisingly, only Navy Blue and his parents feature on the album with no other rappers or singers making a guest appearance.
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