Los Angeles rapper and Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt dropped a surprise new song last night. It's called "45” and you can listen to it above.
The track lasts barely over a minute and the beat is stark, with different strings and horns interlocking throughout. Earl's verses sound harsh and angry. His voice has a new, deep timbre to it, and he's rapping like he has something to prove. This is made evident as he says, "They keep an eye on me, I am not a child artist / I raise the bar and hit a chin-up for a while on it."
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