Earl Sweatshirt Blasts Label For Messing Up Album Rollout, Drops ‘Grief’ Video
Rapper Earl Sweatshirt isn't a happy man. The Odd Future member went on Twitter and blasted his label for not rolling out his new album titled I Don't Like S---, I Don't Go Outside in a proper manner.
"Label got me f---ed up," he tweeted. "I would like to personally thank @SonyMusicGlobal 4 f---ing up the roll out process of my s---. Someone gots 2 pay 4 their mistakes."
The 21-year-old rhymer didn't stop there. He continued to slam Sony executives and reminded them that he's still very much in demand. "It's trash to have to pay for someone else's errors," he wrote. "I am f---ing hot. Too many f---ing cooks. Don't trust it if it doesn't come from the source."
Sweatshirt also released a video for his latest single "Grief," which shows Mr. Sweatshirt rhyming in his crib covered in a cool night-glow effect. The trippy video seamlessly matches his left-of-center lyrics, as he spits about his solitary lifestyle.
You can pre-order I Don't Like S---, I Don't Go Outside on iTunes before it drops on March 23.