Earl Sweatshirt & Knxwledge Spin Two Hours Of Deep Cuts On New Episode Of 'Stay Inside'
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Last Friday, Earl Sweatshirt signed on for the third installment of his RBMA Radio program Stay Inside. This week’s guest: longtime friend, collaborator, smoking buddy, and occasional star-traveller, Knxwledge. Together the duo make for a potent on-air combination, spinning deep jazz and funk cuts for two hours straight. Like the creeping sounds of your red-eyed neighbor’s speaker set on a Sunday morning, the dusty goodness flows like water through cracked floors, with Earl and Knxw as your trusty pilot and co-pilot for a couple of hours of nostalgia. It’s also a great way to get a taste of Knxw’s sample archive, prominently featured on the recent and criminally-short collaboration “Balance,” released as one of Adult Swim’s summer singles a few weeks back. They even drop some Earl outtakes, most notably a King Krule-produced slop fest that should catch the ear of I Don’t Like Shit I Don’t Go Outside fans. Outside of his Earl musings, Knxwledge has a new record on the way with man-of-the-year, Anderson .Paak, as NxWorries. Stream episode three of Earl Sweatshirt’s Stay Inside program down below and tune-in every Friday at 7PM to hear him live and direct on RBMA Radio.