Earl Sweatshirt is out here eating with his mouth wide open. And while that might offend a small minority, the mob rules in the discussion over Earl's lyrical supremacy. But admittedly, the ex-Odd Future member is an acquired taste, because of a style that isn't rooted in anything but his brain function, memory, and having a gay old time, pun intended.
"Nu Stogie" might be a Stoney Willis song by name, but don't tell that to Earl Sweatshirt, whose vocal part takes up most the song. The song's "host" is thereby reduced to a hushed tone in the background, but that suits him just fine. For what it's worth, Stoney and Earl have a history of passing the mic to one another, and in some instances, they stick to a basic producer-rapper dynamic, again, suiting them just fine. Check out "Nu Stogie" and hit us with your thoughts in the comment section.
That p*ssy wet raining cats and doggies up out of her
I reach into the register, take the paper up out of it
Hate the fake and the talkative
Shake and bake I'm the opposite
Frosted Flakes and a pot of grits
Percolate on that breakfast
Dropping cake on that necklace.