Earl Sweatshirt surprised fans with the release of his brand new single, “2010.”
Produced by Black Noi$e, the two-and-a-half-minute cut marks Sweatshirt’s first release of the year. “2010” also arrives with an accompanying music video helmed by Ryosuke Tanzawa, and is mainly set in a secluded house surrounded by stunning views of nature. “this one took blood sweat tears and more,” he shared on Instagram.
Sweatshirt’s last full-length effort dates back to 2018’s Some Rap Songs, although he did drop the seven-track EP Feet of Clay the year after. Info about his fourth studio record remain under wraps as of writing.
Watch Earl Sweatshirt’s “2010” visual above.
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