This Friday, November 30, Earl Sweatshirt is scheduled to release his anticipated new album, Some Rap Songs, but prior to the drop, the California rapper links up with The Alchemist for a new track, dubbed "E Coli." The song is scheduled to appear on the veteran producer's upcoming Bread EP, which is also arriving on Friday.

The Alchemist introduces his Earl Sweatshirt collaboration to the world via an official music video directed by Jason Goldwatch. Press play above to check it out.

The Alchemist's Bread EP also features Roc Marciano and Black Thought of The Roots, among others.

Be sure to take a look at Earl's Some Rap Songs tracklist, and listen to album cut, "The Mint," below.

For more, find out why Earl Sweatshirt's new album could be his long-awaited classic.

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