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Earl Sweatshirt lets go of the proper version of “Guild,” featuring Mac Miller. The song will be landing on the Odd Future rapper’s forthcoming Doris debut. 

The tune has a chopped and screwed affect  thanks to their voices getting deepened in the mix. Nevertheless, the randomblackdude produced track certainly knocks. Basically we got two young MC’s rapping for the sake of rapping, and very well.

Earl, who after being away at a Samoan boarding school while his boys blew up, is on the cover of the latest The Fader magazine. Despite the slight hiccup in his career path, Earl managed to land an imprint with Columbia Records called Tan Cressida.

Mac Miller’s sophomore album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off, is out June 18. Yes, the same day as new albums from Kanye West and J. Cole. There is still no proper release date for Doris, which will feature contributions from the Alchemist, RZA, Tyler, the Creator and more.

Listen to “Guild” below.

[Spotted at The Fader]

Photo: The Fader