New Earl Sweatshirt video
2013-03-12 by Mr. Lean Mug | 29 Comments
The second single, titled "WHOA," off of Earl Sweatshirt's upcoming album Doris, has been released.

Earl's big brother Tyler was quoted to have said "Naw nah fuck naw no fuck that. Niggaz think because you fuckin made 'Chum' and got all personal that niggaz gonna go back to the old fuckin' 2010 shit."

Stream "WHOA" via Youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=anRkutaPS9w
Tagged: Earl Sweatshirt

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deathofasalesman
March 12th 2013
5862 Comments


G O L F DUB A N G


chesse13
March 12th 2013
4301 Comments


What interesting insight from tyler

dixoncocks
March 12th 2013
2659 Comments


Tyler is pretty decent but that chorus really brings the song down a few pegs. Earl killed it as usual

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ababygoat91
March 12th 2013
9 Comments


^Agreed with dixoncocks. Tyler's chorus dampers the song, but Earl's performance is still worth the listen.

SGGreenman
March 12th 2013
846 Comments


I like the out of place piano. I don't know why.

The constant "WHOOAAAA" is kind of annoying though.

Days of Future Passed
March 12th 2013
475 Comments


Yeah Dixon pretty much nailed it. Tyler's golfwang promotion's getting kind of old...

Can't wait for Doris.

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Skoj
March 13th 2013
1260 Comments


The chorus kept this song in the same aesthetic as most OFWGKTA material. Hard to take serious with it, and Earl's rapping begs to be taken seriously.

KINGSTATICTHETHIRD
March 13th 2013
613 Comments


further proving that earl is the only worthwhile thing to come out of odd future

dimsim3478
March 13th 2013
5408 Comments


Love the way Tyler's and Earl's styles complement each other. EarlWolf album can't come fast enough.

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VanitySeason
March 13th 2013
396 Comments


i dig it
video has a really cool vibe to it for some reason

LowRidinCow
March 13th 2013
36 Comments


This is pretty tight. Doris is going to be awesome.

oltnabrick
March 13th 2013
31531 Comments


The Doppelgangaz


Ok

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ILikeMoosicBetrThanU
March 13th 2013
9 Comments


It's not as good as the music I like.



Thane
March 13th 2013
2180 Comments


liked the video. song was ok.

HighandDriving
March 13th 2013
3288 Comments


The fad is ova.

MikeC26
March 13th 2013
3203 Comments


i like the video but i just don't like these guys music.

fuck maybe i'm getting old guys

JazzHands333
March 13th 2013
313 Comments


It's a cool sound but Earl's always better at telling a story. He's just stringing words that sound good together on this one.

gabethepiratesquid
March 13th 2013
4521 Comments


"He's just stringing words that sound good together on this one."
what you mean you don't actually know the lyrics bruh

also the Tyler hook is great. the G O L F DUB A N G along with those that clanky lil cheap piano just gets stuck in ya head and I just like the UGK references everywhere else in it

Progger6009
March 13th 2013
1129 Comments


Earl rules hard!!!


EaglesBecomeVultures
March 13th 2013
5273 Comments


piano is out of place, tyler can't write a hook to save his damn life

earl rips tho

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DirEnRefused
March 13th 2013
2241 Comments


Liked the hook. Liked Earl's flow as always. Sick track is sick.

MadMikeLove
March 13th 2013
655 Comments


I dig it. Tyler has admitted that while his new album is shit in an interview and not even jokingly, Earl's new album is something he was graced to be even able to work with it, and regards it highly.

So maybe I'll check it out, I haven't listened to much rap lately, I kinda miss it and this is my style.

Mewcopa0
March 13th 2013
1807 Comments


Tyler doesn't give a shit how bad he is...which makes his own music fun. I didn't like his verse in this. I thought the hook sounded dumb at first but after multiple listens it gets stuck in your head. Earl on the other hand, can't go wrong.

I'm not going to write off Tyler as a whole. He has/can write good songs, he just isn't good at being consistent.

theshelfmaster
March 14th 2013
221 Comments


stop mumbling earl

afoolonahill
March 18th 2013
137 Comments


tyler does need to stop trying to steal the spotlight in earl's tracks. why i liked chum

StallionMang
March 29th 2013
6138 Comments


Once again, Earl Sweatshirt proves that the Odd Future collective and their music are, in fact, not wack.

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EaglesBecomeVultures
March 29th 2013
5273 Comments


lol

dimsim3478
March 29th 2013
5408 Comments


tyler does need to stop trying to steal the spotlight in earl's tracks.

I think Tyler is pretty much always great on Earl tracks but so much of Earl's first record and "Whoa" is essentially EarlWolf stuff and probably should be labelled as such.

Dunpeal
March 29th 2013
3799 Comments


stop mumbling earl



this. can't decipher da fuq Earl is yammering about on this track

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