Earl Sweatshirt Debuts Three New Tracks + Covers Mass Appeal

Karas Lamb Karas Lamb writes and digs for tunes you haven’t heard…


Earl Sweatshirt dropped in on Fly-Lo‘s set at the Low End Theory in L.A. to crash the party with three new tracks from his forthcoming debut Doris. Sounding like a blood-thirsty pugilist, Earl has reached fighting weight ahead of the official release. He came flying out of the blocks with the sweeping soul and automatic fire percussion of a track from Pharrell called “Burgandy.” He followed with “Hive” which will feature Casey Veggies and Vince Staples – Earl handled production for this track himself. Grainy video or not Earl kills the set with Mac Miller, who puts it to bed once he grabs the mic for “Guild.” From the sound of things Doris is shaping up to be a major body of work. It seems only fitting that Earl would be chosen to grace the front cover of Mass Appeal on their return to print publication – he shares the cover with Comedy Central’s Blake Anderson.

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