Newswire: Earl Sweatshirt is not happy with how Columbia handled his new album release

While we’re pretty happy with Earl Sweatshirt’s new record, the artist is somewhat less thrilled about how the album was rolled out to the public. In the polite, lucid manner for which Earl is known, the rapper let loose a series of tweets blasting his label for what he see as a grievous mishandling of I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside.

It seems that the artist had a slightly different plan for how things would unfold over the past week. According to an interview with NPR Music, he had wanted the video for single “Grief” to go up on his website, sans any information about the upcoming record. Instead, the opposite happened: Columbia released the album info, including cover image, tracklist, release date, and extra features. The only thing not included in that first info dump? The very video with which he planned to …

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