Back in May, Adult Swim announced their lineup for their ongoing Singles Program, which enters its sixth year, premiering new tracks weekly until November. The artists featured in this year’s program include Rae Sremmurd, Run the Jewels, Vince Staples, Earl Sweatshirt, Metro Boomin, Mike WiLL Made-It, Flying Lotus and more, and today, Earl's collaboration with Knxwledge titled "Balance" was let loose, a low key track that goes just over a minute.

On the straight shot verse, Earl rap, "Watch the wall collide with my fist / Mostly over problems that I know I should fix / Focused so I know my skin tone is a cliff / We on the edge and they hoping we slip."

The new track is the first from Earl since the instrumental "Pelicula" was discovered on Apple Music at the top of the month. Fans can expect more from the rapper though, as he appears on the tracklisting for Danny Brown's upcoming album Atrocity Exhibition alongside Kendrick Lamar and Ab-Soul on the song "Really Doe.” That album drops Sept. 30 with Earl's last project, I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside released in March of 2015.

This year, Earl has appeared on Samiyam’s “Mirror” with a video dropping in late June. The track was originally supposed to appear on Earl’s last album, but the song’s sample wasn’t cleared in time.  In January, Earl let three new songs loose with “Wind in My Sails,” “Bary” and “Skrt Skrt.” Listen to the brief "Balance" up top.

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