On previous tracks such as "epaR," "Burgundy" and "Hive," L.A.'s Earl Sweatshirt and Vince Staples have proven time and time again that they're one of the most formidable young duos in rap. As Earl's new album I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside: An Album By Earl Sweatshirt just popped up on iTunes, we're now privy to their latest, a typically creeping jam called "Wool."
Sparing none of the track's 2.5 minute runtime for filler, Staples and Sweatshirt get a verse apiece, and they link up for a hook that basically just consists of the word "uh." Go cop this shit now.
If the rats try to get the cheese, what it do
Rap like I'm mincin' meat, call me Lou
If I'm on the track, these niggas skip to me
Niggas wanna fade me, bitches feel some type of way for me
Fifties in my pocket fallin' out like fuckin' baby teeth
Vince be with the rocket, he gon' pop it when there's danger 'round