Listen Up: "Guild" By Earl Sweatshirt Feat. Mac Miller
We've been hearing this latest single from Earl Sweatshirt's upcoming debut album (proper debut, anyway) Doris for a while now in some of his live performances, and while details about when the album is going to drop are sparse, it seems he figured it worthwhile to release the official version of the song so we've got something.
On the track, titled "Guild," we find Earl taking a bit more of a note from Tyler the Creator's book, inviting Mac Miller on to work a few octaves down on a low-key abstract randomblackdude beat; for my tastes, it's not doing too much, but I'm not a massive fan of the pair either, so, you know, take things on your own.
We've gotten "Whoa," "Chum" and now "Guild," so when the hell is this LP going to surface? Summer has always been the reported season, and we're just about there now, so hopefully we'll get some word shortly.