Earl Sweatshirt Announces "NOWHERE2GO" Dropping Tomorrow

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Earl Sweatshirt performs on the Flog Stage during day 2 of Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival 2017 at Exposition Park on October 29, 2017 in Los Angeles, California.
The wait for new music from Earl Sweatshirt is finally over.

Earl Sweatshirt has been relatively quiet throughout the year, although he did promise that he'd release new music in 2018. While we haven't really gotten much, aside from his short appearance on Vince Staples FM!, he has teased new music over the past few days. After dropping two teaser clips on Instagram, Earl Sweatshirt revealed that he has new music dropping tomorrow.

Earl Sweatshirt will finally be dropping some new music tomorrow after quite some time. The rapper shared another mysterious video clip on his Instagram, but the caption actually provided more clarity, especially in comparison to the past few clips he dropped on the social media platform.

"NOWHERE2GO TOMORROW MORNING TAP IN," he wrote in the caption.

At this point, he didn't clarify whether it's a project or a single, but it looks like we could be getting the follow-up to 2015's I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside: An Album By Earl Sweatshirt. In late September, he teased his new album in a since-deleted tweet. "The wait is almost over," he wrote. Alchemist seemingly confirmed the project was done shortly after when he referred to it as a "masterpiece."

With artists giving fans short notice on release dates, it wouldn't be surprising if we get Earl's new album early tomorrow morning. 


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