"EarlWolf" will be one of Columbia-backed Tan Cresada's first releases, Earl tells "The New York Times."
Odd Future's Earl Sweatshirt has yet to release a solo album. However the teen-emcee now has a Columbia Records-distributed record label. Tan Cresada is Earl's home, according to The New York Times, who recently did a feature on the Los Angeles, California-based rapper and his family.
The label is planning to release a collaborative album between Earl and band-mate Tyler, The Creator called EarlWolf. Tan Cresada also has plans for Earl's studio debut and a project by another OFWGKTA member, The Internet.
In the Times feature, Earl confirmed his time at Samoa's Coral Reef Academy, and notes his plans to change some misogynistic lyrics heard on 2010's Earl project. Earl appeared on a single song on Odd Future's March release, OF Tape, Vol. 2.