Earl Sweatshirt's new EP "FEET OF CLAY" carries the same type of lo-fi and messy sound Some Rap Songs had, except here it has sort of a darker sound to it. And while I do like some of the production on the album and Earl's very trippy flows, I can't help but feel like this is more of a Some Rap Songs B-Side collection. On top of that, some songs aren't very memorable and don't stick with you as much as some of the stuff on SRS. Still though, not bad.
favourite tracks: 74, EL TORO COMBO MEAL, TISK TISK / COOKIES, 4N
least favourite: EAST
Summary: It's Cool