Earl Sweatshirt Joins Stoney Willis on "Nu Stogie"

The rapper and his longtime producer reunite.

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Following the recent release of his aptly named album Some Rap Songs, Earl Sweatshirt returns with his longtime producer Stoney Willis for a new track called “Nu Stogie.” The production on the track takes influence from Willis’ hazy debut album Mirror Monsters, which suit well with Early’s dark and complex lyricism.

Check out the track below and share your thoughts below.

Last month, Earl appeared on a darkly soulful track from The Alchemist titled “E Coli,” Watch the NSFW visual here.

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