Earl Sweatshirt News

 
  • Cover of Tyler, The Creator Doesn't Want To Do "EarlWolf" Anymore
    Since Odd Future's first break into the public eye, the anticipation for an Earl Sweatshirt and Tyler, The Creator joint album has existed.
  • Cover of 140 Bars Or Less: Tweets Of The Week (March 1-7)
    Dissecting the foibles of the hip hop community as expressed in under 140 characters on Twitter. Not just used as a device to flood people's timelines with your new track, album, video, or clothing line, sometimes rappers truly channel the unfiltered interaction with fans.
  • Cover of Crew Love: Odd Future
    OFWGKTA (Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All), more commonly referred to as Odd Future, made a huge splash in the rap world when they burst onto the scene in late 2009 with crew leader Tyler, the Creator's critically-acclaimed Bastard mixtape.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Announces "Wearld Tour" Dates
    Earl Sweatshirt unfortunately missed the boat on the peak of the Odd Future hype, but he's taken advantage of the situation, making a name for himself, rather than leaning on the collective.
  • Cover of Flying Lotus Releases "Ideas+Drafts+Loops" Compilation For Free Download
    After hitting 300,000 followers on Twitter, experimental producer Flying Lotus has released a free compilation of "Ideas+Drafts+Loops" from his hard drive.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Says Drake Is "Grandma Nice"
    Earl Sweatshirt has not been shy in his appreciation for Drake.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Announces "Doris" Tour
    It was just announced that Earl Sweatshirt would be performing at this year's OFWGKTA Carnival on November 9th, but that turns out to be the last tour date in Earl Sweatshirt's "Doris" tour to promote his new LP.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Says Joint-Album With Tyler, The Creator Will Happen When They're "Ready To Sit Down"
    The promise of an EarlWolf album dates back to a time before Earl's sensationalized hiatus. Since his return, the topic hasn't really been talked about, but in a new interview, OF's youngest (rapping) member revealed that he and Tyler are still planning to collaborate on a full length project.
  • Cover of Charts Don't Lie: September 1
    We see two new entries when it comes to hip-hop on Charts Don't Lie this week. They belong to Odd Future's Earl Sweatshirt and A$AP Mob's A$AP Ferg.
  • Cover of First Week Sales Projections For Earl Sweatshirt's "Doris" & A$AP Ferg's "Trap Lord" [Update: Final First Week Sales]
     This week was another big week in the album release department. With Earl Sweatshirt and ASAP Ferg both releasing their anticipated albums, we now have first week sale projections for their projects. 
  • Cover of Review: Earl Sweatshirt's "Doris"
    Among Odd Future’s colorful cast, Earl Sweatshirt is almost reserved. Almost.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Discusses His Past Rape Lyrics & Change In Content On "Doris"
    Earl Sweatshirt has seen a lot of growth in his career since his mom sent him all the way to Samoa for reform school, just a few months prior to which his debut mixtape Earl dropped and the OF member started to develop a following.
  • Cover of Stream Earl Sweatshirt's New Album "Doris" In Its Entirety
    After an inevitable leak, Earl Sweatshirt has decided to officially share his new album five days before the drop date. 
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Says That "Rap Is Either On The Cusp Of Dying Or Having A Renaissance"
    After a short hiatus from the rap game while he was at reform school in Samoa, Earl Sweatshirt returned last year and got right back to rap, now gearing up to release his debut album Doris on August 20th.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Explains His Criticism Of Jay Z's "Magna Carta Holy Grail" 
    After a performance at NYC's Ludlow Garage last night, Odd Future's Earl Sweatshirt caught up with Miss Info for a conversation included in Vitamin Water’s new "#Uncapped" series with The FADER. During the discussion, Earl addressed the backlash he received for criticizing Jay Z's new Magna Carta Holy Grail album
  • Cover of Lyrics Of The Week: July 12-18
    There's quite a bit of repetition in the game these days, and specific lyrics tend to get overlooked. This is an opportunity to take a closer listen and really consider what these artists have to say. We encourage your opinions.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Reveals "Doris" Tracklist & Release Date
    We weren't sure if we were ever going to hear more material from Earl Sweatshirt. After his mysterious disappearance, rumors spread that even upon his return, he may never rap again. Luckily, Earl is still making music, and he has just announced the tracklist and release date for his first proper studio album.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Voices His Dislike For "Magna Carta Holy Grail" On Twitter
    Although the masses seem to have generally positive things to say about Jay-Z's new album Magna Carta Holy Grail, one rapper in particular has voiced his dislike for the project.
  • Cover of Pharrell Comments On Different Personas Of Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean & Earl Sweatshirt
    Tyler, The Creator has definitely created a crazy persona for himself. Whether it's his raps, his style, or his tweets, Tyler knows how to get people riled up (including himself). It makes us wonder whether Tyler is that way 24/7, or whether he calms down when he's not in the public eye.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt Questions Macklemore's "Can't Hold Us" On Twitter, Macklemore Responds
    Macklemore has already received some criticism for his radio-friendly massive hit "Thrift Shop," namely from the NY Times music critic Jon Caramanica.
  • Cover of Juicy J & Earl Sweatshirt Cover Fader Magazine
    Taylor Gang and Odd Future are both represented on the upcoming issue of Fader Magazine. Fader unveiled their cover for their April/May issue, and it features both Juicy J and Earl Sweatshirt on the cover. The magazine hits news stands on May 7th.
  • Cover of Black Hippy & Earl Sweatshirt Among Performers At Downtown Music Fest In New York
    Downtown Events has announced their line-up for next month's music festival, Downtown Music Fest. The festival takes place in Lower Manhattan, New York, and covers many different genres of music over two days worth of shows.
  • Cover of Meek Mill, Slim Thug & Earl Sweatshirt Call Out Reebok For Dropping Rick Ross
    Reebok dropped Rick Ross yesterday, due to the controversy surrounding his highly publicized "U.O.E.N.O." lyrics.
  • Cover of Earl Sweatshirt & Black Hippy Included In NYC's Downtown Music Festival Lineup
    The initial lineup for New York City's annual Downtown Music Festival has been announced, and it incudes Earl Sweatshirt and the Black Hippy collective that is Schoolboy Q, Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul and Jay Rock. Joining them is a fleet of more alternative artists including Black D
  • Cover of Tyler, The Creator Extends Tour With The Addition Of Earl Sweatshirt
    Tyler, The Creator just kicked off his North American tour in support of his Wolf LP two days ago, but has now added Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt to the tour line-up, on select dates.Wolf is due out on April 2nd and Tyler will be busy touring before, during, and after the drop date.
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