Earl Sweatshirt Stays Inside

Curb Servin’

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120 minsFirst aired 27 Apr 2018
Artwork courtesy of PONY

Standing On the Corner’s Gio and Earl Sweat draw a batch of low-key bangers, from ATL trap and Black Jazz to spaced-out dub.

Another month, another batch of slaps. Ya boys are coming to you from the future with… Future, from his self-titled opus, followed by island classics from reggae OG Bunny General and rocksteady staple Ernest Wilson. Earl & Gio reverberate a recording of W.E.B. DuBois’ prescient words from “Souls of Black Folk” through Jean Carn’s vocal acrobatics on “Little B’s Poem.” Stay tuned-in to the whole two hours for demonic vocal effects, sounds of gunfire, Kanye karaoke and words of wisdom: Go outside! Be safe! Be good to one another! And stop harassing people… for real, though.

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Produced by Harley Brown
Engineered by Joe Hazan

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