Earl Sweatshirt metamorphosed into an artist blurring the lines between absurdist jazz and hip-hop.
With ‘Some Rap Songs,’ rapper Earl Sweatshirt figured out how to gather an audience on his own terms.
The short film 'Nowhere, Nobody,' co-directed by Naima Ramos-Chapman, reflects the life and perspective of Earl Sweatshirt.
Earl Sweatshirt explains the freedom that comes with leaving Columbia Records.
“That shit is black expression, bro.”
In 2018, Tyler and Earl find themselves sitting in a long-stewing sense of self-awareness.
"Calling 'Some Rap Songs' a challenging album would be an understatement."