Earl Sweatshirt Debuts “Sunday” Featuring Frank Ocean


The world is anxiously awaiting the debut from Earl Sweatshirt, and this morning the OFWGKTA member unleashed one more deep record cut to keep fans on their toes until the album’s street date.

Hitting the net late last night with assistance from fellow Odd Future member Frank Ocean, “Sunday” is the chillest of Earl Sweatshirt‘s most recent material. The beat is far less abrasive than tracks like “Whoa,” and the tempo allows for both Ocean and Sweatshirt to dive further down the lyrical rabbit hole. Both artists have a knack for twisting phrases and accompanied by production like this their abilities seemingly have no limits. You can stream “Sunday” below.

Doris, the debut album from Earl Sweatshirt, hits stores August 20. Comment below and let us know your thoughts on his latest material.

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