Earl Sweatshirt recently talked about his next album but still does not support his last effort last year Some Rap Songs: The Sweatshirt has just shared "No Now, Nobody," an eight-year short film with album music and announced a record tour tour.
The film, directed by Naima Ramos-Chapman and Terence Nance, features the Earl Coaching Youth Basketball Team to Victory, Guided Museum Tour, and more. The film is relatively abstract in nature, but it seems to deal with the death of Earl's father, South African poet and political activist Keorapets Kgositsile: The final shot is from an open coffin, half closed in the South African flag and an open half filled with white clay hands.
He also announced "FIRE IT UP!" Tour that is also set to Bbymutha, MIKE, Na-Kel Smith, Liv.e and Black Noise. Watch "Anywhere, Nobody" above, and find the Sweatshirt Upcoming Data Tour below.