Earl Sweatshirt has released a new project. It’s called Feet of Clay and it’s out now.
Feet of Clay arrives nearly a year after Earl Sweatshirt’s album Some Rap Songs, which was released on his previous label Columbia Records.
Earl’s largely self-produced project features guest spots from Charlotte rapper MAVI and Haitian-American rapper Mach-Hommy. There’s also additional production from The Alchemist and Ovrkast.
With seven tracks that clock in at 15 and a half minutes, Feet of Clay is by far Earl’s shortest project yet, but it doesn’t feel incomplete. It’s easier to listen to than his most ambitious works, but still adventurous in its own right. It might be short, but it’s more proof that Earl is still evolving, still trying out new things, and coming out with great songs in the process.
Stream the album below.