Earl Sweatshirt shares three new songs, samples Kanye West — listen

MC took to SoundCloud to release "Wind In My Sails", "bary", and "SKRT SKRT"

Earl Sweatshirt // Photo by Cathy Poulton

    Photo by Cathy Poulton

    While most of us were sound asleep dreaming of the unstoppable Steph Curry, Los Angeles MC Earl Sweatshirt used last night to go on a bit of a sharing frenzy. The Odd Future affiliate uploaded not one, not two, but three new tracks to SoundCloud: “Wind In My Sails”, “bary”, and “SKRT SKRT”.

    “Wind In My Sails” is a laid-back, old soul kind of joint; in the description for the track, Earl Sweatshirt gives props to frequent collaborator The Alchemist (Action Bronson, Eminem), Flying Lotus, and “Otis the god”, who Stereogum notes may be a reference to Madlib. Meanwhile, both “bary” and “SKRT SKRT” are instrumental numbers; of particular note is the sample of Kanye West’s “Barry Bonds” on “bary”.

    Stream all three tracks below.

    “Wind In My Sails”:



    “SKRT SKRT”:

    Previously, Earl Sweatshirt unearthed “Mirror”, a cut that was originally supposed appear on his last album, 2015’s I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside