Earl Sweatshirt reveals that his sophomore full-length, "Doris," will be released at the end of July.
"I'm wrapping everything up so it’s coming out in July," Earl told MTV Australia. "I can't wait for this shit to come out already so I can finally exhale."
The Odd Future rapper dropped two fresh singles -- "WHOA" and "Chum" -- shortly after unveilng the album title in December.
Earl Sweatshirt also dropped collaborations while finalizing "Doris," such as "Guild," which features lead-off verses from Mac Miller. In March, during a Flying Lotus' LA show, he previewed Pharrell-produced, "Burgundy," and "Hive," a track he worked on with Vince Staples and Casey Veggies.
Earl will be performing at Bonnaroo next weekend. Aside from his solo set, Earl will perform alongside RZA, DJ Jazzy Jeff, ScHoolboy Q, Solange, Chad Hugo (of The Neptunes) for the festival's Superjam on Friday (June 14).