Published Jan 12, 2016Coming off of last year's I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside, Cali rapper Earl Sweatshirt has offered up a loosie for the faithful. Fittingly, it's an inward-gazing piece of hip-hop psychedelia titled "Mirror," and you can reflect on it after giving it a stream online.
Produced by Samiyam, the cut kicks off with a warped and manipulated sample of a strummed-and-hummed soul-funk song. The track gets even hazier once the beat comes in, with Earl Sweatshirt working a flow that manages to sound both confident and unsure.
"Look in the mirror, what do I see," he wonders ahead of talking about rehab, friends, and other personal scenarios.
Make of this what you will by giving the track a spin down below.
UPDATE (01/12, 4:45 p.m.): As you may notice, the track has now been taken down. Earl also doesn't sound too pleased about the whole situation either. He tweeted:
I DIDNT RELEASE THAT TRACK SO IF ITS NOT ONLINE ANYMORE FIND THE NIGGA THAT LEAKED IT AND NEGOTIATE WITH HIM— EARL (@earlxsweat) January 12, 2016