GEORGE, WA - MAY 26: Earl Sweatshirt performs as part of Day 3 of the Sasquatch! Music Festival at the Gorge Amphitheatre on
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Earl Sweatshirt has teased Doris, his long-awaited follow-up to 2010's Earl, for months now, but the rapper finally gave some concrete info, tweeting out an album release date and tracklisting.

Set for release August 24, Doris will feature the previously released "Guild," "Whoa," "Chum" and "Burgundy" alongside 11 other one-word titles ("20 Wave Caps" and "Uncle Al" notwithstanding).

Odd Future cohort Tyler, the Creator, who handled some of the production on Doris, took to Twitter to discuss his beats. "I've had Doris for a week and I like it. A lot," he said. "I have the weakest beats on there TBH."

Earl has hopefully recovered from his recent bout of pneumonia, which caused him to cancel a string of live dates, including last month's Bonnaroo appearance.

Doris tracklist:

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