Earl Sweatshirt Brings Out ScHoolboy Q In Brooklyn

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Earl Sweatshirt hit the stage at Music Hall of Williamsburg Saturday night as part of his world tour supporting last summer’s debut album Doris. The show—his second in three days in New York City after a performance at Webster Hall last Thursday night—also featured fellow L.A. rapper Vince Staples throughout Earl’s performance, with local NYC up and comers Ratking opening the show. Earl—in addition to performing tracks live “Chum,” “Hive” and “Sunday” off Doris—also hinted at a new song, which he debuted on Thursday night, and brought out ScHoolboy Q to cap off the show. Check out our photo gallery above.

Previously: Earl Sweatshirt Debuts New Song In NYC