Read Earl Sweatshirt’s New Yorker Feature (All 8000 Words)

Written by Rizoh. Posted in Gumbo

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Published on May 18, 2011 with 1 Comment

The New Yorker didn’t need 8000 words to tell us that Earl is the future, but it’s definitely a good read. Learning about the connection between Thebe’s father and The Last Poets is worth the price of admission. This feature appears in the May 23 issue of the New Yorker.

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  1. thanks for the post Rizoh.  Earl doesn’t sound like he is really worried about being a rapper and more like he’s focused on himself.  

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