Mac Miller and Earl Sweatshirt pitch their voices down an octave for “Guild,” a deliciously muddy track Earl’s been performing since March. (It’s taken from his upcoming LP Doris, which still has no set release date.) Trading verses, the two tease moms and shout out Gil Scott-Heron and Juxtapoz; Tell the label I want a white driver!, Earl says. Of the duo’s friendship (Earl recorded a portion of Doris at Mac Miller’s home studio), Miller tells FADER, “We’re definitely kind of pretty similar people. We’re both very nice. We’re trying to do good things, but also we try to be assholes at the same time.”
For more on Doris, read Earl’s FADER cover story.
Stream: Earl Sweatshirt f. Mac Miller, “Guild” (Prod. by randomblackdude)