Earl Sweatshirt Debuts “Burgundy” Featuring Vince Staples


Odd Future member Earl Sweatshirt  has released a stream of a brand new song entitled, “Burgundy.”

The latest song to surface from Doris, which is scheduled for release August 20, “Burgundy” is another thought-provoking take on modern hip hop. Sweatshirt has yet to release any album material that plays like your typical song (verse/chorus/verse), and the Pharrell produced “Burgundy” is no different. The focus is on the verses, which Sweatshirt and guest Vince Staples deliver with precision well beyond their years, and the final results are good for kicking back and appreciating the true art of rap.

The release of Doris is coming up fast, and tracks like “Burgundy” make us even more excited for the album’s debut. Comment below and let us know if you plan on picking up Sweatshirt’s latest at the end of this month.

James Shotwell

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