Not quite a week ago, Earl Sweatshirt returned, sort of, on an interlude track on Vince Staples' great new FM! album. It's funny though: The song, "New EarlSweatshirt," isn't set up like an interlude but like a radio premiere, getting about 20 seconds deep before being unceremoniously cut off, as if someone switched the radio dial.

It might've felt like a fake-out, but it doesn't matter now because Earl is actually back with a real, no-BS track that is, in fact, more of a real song than "New EarlSweatshirt." It's called "Nowhere2go," and it sounds like a sound collage clawed its way to life with the mandate to not waste any of its precious 116 seconds. It's wonderful.