This time next week, fans will get to check out Earl Sweatshirt‘s fourth studio LP Sick!, which will consist of ten tracks and was previously led by the well-received singles “2010” and the Armand Hammer-assisted “Tabula Rasa.” Today (Jan. 7), the Cali emcee drops off another track from said project titled “Titanic,” a Black Noi$e-produce effort that clocks in under two minutes and sees Earl on a stream of consciousness about crashing cars, collaborating with The Alchemist, and more:
“Give it to you straight, no frills, what I think might pay the bills, spit on the cam like Makaveli, came home in the 2011, Pasadena John calling me relly, ain’t know where none of this shit was headed, and a LAC not gon’ protect me, bro just crashed, fucked up his Dodge, now he shopping for another Hemi, did the dash, got outta dodge, crashed out grandmama car, they got tipped off by a civilian, yes sir, think I already feel it, Sweatshirt, ’cause you know how revenge is best served…”
Upon its release, Sick! will follow 2019’s Feet of Clay, which originally came with seven tracks and additional contributions from Mach-Hommy, Liv.e, and Mavi. A year later, Earl would upgrade Feet of Clay with a Deluxe version, adding on two tracks featuring Navy Blue and Maxo. His last full-length body of work was 2018’s Some Rap Songs, a critically acclaimed effort (as it is with his entire discography) that contained 15 cuts and assists from Standing on the Corner, Navy Blue, and — his parents — Cheryl Harris and the late Keorapetse Kgositsile.
Press play on “Titanic” and check out the full tracklisting for Sick! below.
- “Old Friend”
- “Vision” feat. Zelooperz
- “Tabula Rasa” feat. Armand Hammer
- “Lobby (Interlude)”
- “Good Laughs”
- “Fire in the Hole”