Earl Sweatshirt Releases 'Grief': 'I Don't Like S***, I Don't Go Outside: An Album By Earl Sweatshirt'

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The "Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All" crew has been releasing tracks here and there and today Earl Sweatshirt brings fans one of his own titled, "Grief" and it's downright fire.

(Music Video Below)

"Grief" comes off of Sweatshirt's upcoming album "I Don't Like S***, I Don't Go Outside: An Album By Earl Sweatshirt" that is currently ready for pre-order on iTunes, despite some pretty heated tweets from Sweatshirt towards his label.

The song itself features one of the most haunting beats that sounds like it's something straight out of the lonely streets in Silent Hill.

He completely rips the track and if it's any sign of what can be expected from the album, fans will be in for one hell of a treat.

Prior to the release of the track, Sweatshirt released a slew of tweets directed right at Sony Music Global. The artist even tagged his label in the responses he had towards the apparent incorrect roll out of the new material.

He showed complete distaste for having to pay for the mistake of someone else and let it be known to all of his fans and followers.

This was also a problem for Kendrick Lamar's "To Pimp A Butterfly" release that was scheduled for next week but had a surprise release of this past Sunday.

As of right now, the album is scheduled to be released on March 23, but fans can check out the single below.

Watch the "Grief" Music Video