Los Angeles: Rapper Earl Sweatshirt has released five new songs, which are reportedly part of his upcoming second album, during a live performance at The Observatory in Santa Ana, California.
The 20-year-old rapper referred only two by the name, which included 'Faucet' and 'Hell', reported Aceshowbiz.
Earl debuted '45' last month and a collaboration with Mac Miller and Vince Staples called 'Nebraska'. Nothing is confirmed about his second album yet.
He posted on Twitter a few months ago that he had finished working on his next LP but it is still not official when he is going to launch his second album. Earl launched his debut album 'Doris' in August 2013, which received acclaim from music critics, and it peaked at number 5 on Billboard 200.