Listen To Earl Sweatshirt And Navy Blue On ‘Ghost’
Now, fans realize what they’re getting when Earl Sweatshirt drops. What started as a twisted odyssey of edgy bars and verbal dexterity has developed into something undeniably increasingly complex, with the previous Odd Future emcee having idealized the formula of abstract lyricism. Truth be told, much the same as Aesop Rock, a portion of Earl’s lines require further analysis to completely comprehend – however this shouldn’t imply that he’s incapable of landing a hard impact when he so picks.
Today, he came through with the Deluxe Edition of Feet Of Clay, which includes another track with Navy Blue called “Ghost.” Wasting brief period in beginning, Earl some way or another figures out how to make lethargy sound pressing, no simple accomplishment.
Navigating a bustling vocal sample and triumphant orchestral strings, Sweatshirt leaves the rapping duties to a great extent to Navy Blue, who holds it down commendably, no less abstract in his imagery. “Know four years later, know I got better, praise to my God, that armor all metal,” he raps. “Iron sword on my spirits gon’ get on her.”
Know four years later, know I got better
Praise to my God, that armor all metal
Iron sword on my spirits gon’ get on her
I know my pops guilty ’cause he left ’em
I wore his blessings, honorary cloak