Earl Sweatshirt reduces all album visuals to one short film with “Nowhere, Nobody”
Earl Sweatshirt teams up with Naima Ramos Chapman and Terrence Nance for short film – “Nowhere, Nobody”
After dropping his latest album, “Some Rap Songs” (or “SRS“), Earl Sweatshirt ties together all of the LP’s songs by bunching them into one long music video titled, “Nowhere, Nobody“.
The artistic film was directed and written by Naima Ramos Chapman and Terrence Nance, who team up with Earl on the poetic short film. With close to home references, namely ones towards his late father, Keorapetse Kgositsile, who was a South African poet and activist, the abstract piece adds to the overall consumption of “SRS“.
Both unusual but clever, be sure to check out “Nowhere, Nobody” above and let us know your interpretation in our comment section underneath. You can stream “Some Rap Songs” here if you missed the drop or explore more new music below.
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