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"I feel less like I’ve escaped New York and more like I came back from the bodega with the wrong bottle of Snapple."
"It kind of all led up to this."
Earl Sweatshirt explains the freedom that comes with leaving Columbia Records.
"Calling 'Some Rap Songs' a challenging album would be an understatement."
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