Earl Sweatshirt Performs With Jazz-Fusion Band BADBADNOTGOOD on ‘Kimmel’
The 21-year-old rapper performs three songs, including two from 'I Don't Like S—t, I Don't Go Outside'
Odd Future’s most meditative (and many would say best) rapper Earl Sweatshirt stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live last night to perform three songs with Toronto jazz collective BADBADNOTGOOD, who’ve worked with him previously on the album Doris, as well as releasing a full-length collaboration with Ghostface Killah back in February, Sour Soul. With Sweatshirt they brought two ultra-minimal tracks to life from his highly-acclaimed 2015 album I Don’t Like S—t, I Don’t Go Outside, “Huey” and “Grief,” which you can watch above, as well as the song “Kaleidoscope” in the clip below. Read SPIN’s review of I Don’t Like S—t, I Don’t Go Outside here.