Earl Sweatshirt won’t release his solo material on Odd Future Records and has instead signed a deal to start his own label, which will be called Tan Cressida.
According to NME, the label will be distributed by Columbia Records/Sony.
One of the first releases on Earl’s new label will be his debut solo album, NY Times reports. He also plans on collaborations with the producer Matt Martians and EarlWolf, as well as releasing something with Tyler.
Speaking with NY Times about the label, Earl said:
“I just treat everything like that…If I don’t do this right now, if I don’t take this risk, I’ll never get this day back again.”