Earl Sweatshirt Shares ‘Some Rap Songs’ Cover Art and “The Mint”

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BY TARA MAHADEVAN, PUBLISHED ON COMPLEX

Less than two weeks after Earl Sweatshirt returned with the track “Nowhere2go,” he’s back again with another new cut, “The Mint,” featuring New York rapper Navy Blue. The lo-fi, piano-laden song features a pared-down beat and offbeat flows from Earl and Blue.

In addition to the song, Earl also announced that his next album Some Rap Songs is now available for pre-order before the Nov. 30 release date, sharing on Twitter that “ITS ALMOST TIME.”

Earl released “Nowhere2go” on Nov. 8, which he began teasing on social media earlier that week. He hasn’t dropped a full-length project since 2015’s I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside; however, he has since reassured fans that new material was on the way. The anticipation increased in late September, when he told fans, “The wait is almost over.”

Stream “Nowhere2go” below.