Action Bronson & Earl Sweatshirt Celebrate Album Releases w/ Collaborative Heater "Warlord Leather"
Monday, March 23rd marked the release of both Action Bronson‘s major label debut as Mr. Wonderful and Earl Sweatshirt‘s brooding sophomore record I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside. With two of the year’s most celebrated releases on the market occupying such opposite ends of the sonic spectrum, it seems only right to show the world where they meet. That just so happens to be an Alchemist-produced heater by the name of “Warlord Leather,” which was briefly mentioned Monday morning on Twitter in all of the celebratory hoopla as a non-album collaboration between the two beat-assassins.
The track was officially leaked by Alan The Chemist, after a nudge from Bam Bam and a subsequent nod of approval from young Earl. It finds both Bronson & Earl dazzling in each of their respective 16, all over a psychedelic soul chop from the chemist. If you haven’t dabbled in the greatness of each of their releases, cop Mr. Wonderful here and I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside here. Peep the electric link-up between Action Bronson, Earl Sweatshirt and Alchemist below and if you’re in NYC, grab a ticket to round 2 of Bronson’s Terminal 5 takeover tonight.