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Stream Earl Sweatshirt’s new EP ‘Feet of Clay’

Sonically, it reminds of LA experimental composition mixed with Bobby Digital’s eccentric lyrical delivery from his solo projects.

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Earl Sweatshirt released a new seven-track project today on his label: Tan Cressida. It’s called ‘Feet of Clay’. Sonically, it reminds of LA experimental composition mixed with Bobby Digital’s eccentric lyrical delivery from his solo projects. It’s not usual, nor is Earl, so if you’re a die-hard, you’d love to die to this. Check out the EP featuring Mavi and Mach-Hommy.


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