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Earl Sweatshirt Debuts His Unreleased Song “Hat Trick”

He performed it during his podcast ‘Stay Inside.’

Earl Sweatshirt has been mostly quiet since his 2015 album, I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside, outside of a few loosies like “Balance” and “Estimate.” On his Red Bull Music Academy show Stay Inside that he co-hosts with Knxwledge, Earl delivered a surprise performance of a new song titled “Hat Trick,” live from Detroit.

At the start of his verse, Earl raps about feeling betrayed by his friends:

Give it till I can’t give
I lend a hand if it’s needed but these stabs got me bleeding out my back kid
Uh, keep it on the fumble, we could sack shit, hat trick, we consider Mulligan’s for that shit

He also feels like death is pursuing him:

The earth is my turf, but the hearse like a magnet
I be outside in some handcuffs, might be outside in the dirt, uh
Gentrifiers got the turf getting hacked up, late nights thinking ‘bout who lied to me first

Earl hasn’t announced an upcoming project, but more information may be available soon. His last album was the aforementioned I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside, which featured the songs “Mantra” and “Grief.”

You can read all the lyrics to Earl Sweatshirt’s new song “Hat Trick” on Genius now.

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