Vinyl editions of Earl Sweatshirt’s records Doris and I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside are due out 12/11. Each record comes with…Read More
hough not many details about the venture were revealed in the piece, The NY Times mentioned that the label will be called Tan Cressida. The parent company of Columbia is Sony Music Entertainment, which includes Sony RED Distribution, which distributes Odd Future’s releases. According to the story, this element was important for the young rhymer, as he still wants to be considered alongside all Odd Future cohorts. “I want it to look seamless,” Earl told the Times. This partnership will allow him to include the Odd Future logo on his releases, as well.
Earl Sweatshirt is set to embark on the Ready To Leave Now Tour and to celebrate he is sharing a new music video for…Read More
Earl Sweatshirt and BadBadNotGood performed on Jimmy Kimmel Live with special guest Gary Wilson last night. Earl performed a medley of “AM // Radio”…Read More
In 2010, hip-hop collective Odd Future rose to infamy with a series of digital releases that centered on references to drugs, murder and sex. At the tender age of 16, Earl Sweatshirt released his debut mixtape Earl,Read More
Earl Sweatshirt took to Twitter to announce his major label debut LP, Doris, which takes it’s name from Earl’s late grandmother and is due August 20th via Tan Cressida/Columbia. The announcement for Doris comes three years after his debut mixtapeRead More