In preparation for the young rapper’s latest album, Doris, there is finally a studio version of the track, “Guild”. It features Mac Miller, who has an inconsistent streak to him, but he really lays it down for this track. Both Earl Sweatshirt and Miller’s voices are lowered an octave to produce a muddy and slow sound that is prominent in Odd Future’s recordings. It’s another hint to the highly anticipated Earl Sweatshirt LP, which is yet to have a set release date. Earl also has mentioned in interviews how he sees the transition from his past sound and debut album, Earl, back in 2010 by saying on twitter,
“I anticipate a loss of fans. I also anticipate gaining some. So. You know. Yeah… I hope i lose you as a fan if you only fuck with me cause i rapped about raping girls when i was 15… I fucking love how it sounds. And uhh. Thats what matters… Im gonna go out on a limb and say that you can hear the progression.”
Check out the newest track below (Thanks to MassAssault for keeping it up on Soundcloud)
One thought on “Listen to Earl Sweatshirt’s new track “Guild” ft. Mac Miller”
Earl is one of the best rappers today. And for McMiller, I hate his music, but his part here isn’t bad at all..