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Earl Sweatshirt's Deathworld Clothing Line Releases Winter Collection

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Earl Sweatshirt performs onstage at the Smokers Club Festival at The Queen Mary on April 29, 2018 in Long Beach, Calif.

On the heels of dropping his long-awaited Some Rap Songs to close out 2018, Earl Sweatshirt returned Thursday (Jan. 24) with the release of his DEATHWORLD clothing line's winter collection. The range of garments will help fans brave the frigid winter temps over the next few months.

"IIIIITTTTTSSSS DEATHWORLD! CLOTHES TO BUY," the 24-year-old tweeted, directing fans to the DEATHWORLD website. A portion of the fresh apparel looks to be inspired by the signature No. 42 of legendary baseball player Jackie Robinson, who broke down the color barrier as the first African-American to play in the MLB when he started at first base for the Brooklyn Dodgers during the 1947 season.

The Chicago native kept the collection fairly priced, with T-shirts starting at $30 and windbreakers going for $90. A press release obtained by The Fader says the brand "aims to deliver time-honored clothing for those who choose to speak profoundly, not loudly."

With Sweatshirt departing Columbia Records, Earl told Pitchfork he's ready to color even further outside the lines as an independent artist. "I’m excited to be free because then I can do riskier shit," he said.

Shop the collection now over at DEATHWORLD's online store.