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Frank Ocean details Chris Brown fight in guest spot on Earl Sweatshirt's 'Sunday' – listen

Odd Future pair unite on latest track from 'Doris' to appear online

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Earl Sweatshirt's collaboration with Frank Ocean has leaked online ahead of the release of the Odd Future rapper's debut album 'Doris'.

The track, titled 'Sunday', features Ocean making a rare appearance as a rapper with the 'Channel Orange' star seeming to take shots at rival Chris Brown in the lyrics to his verse. "He called me faggot, I was just calling his bluff" raps Ocean. "Why his mug all bloody? That was a 3-on-1". Scroll down to hear the track now.

It was recently revealed that Chris Brown is being sued by a man claiming he was punched and kicked by a member of Brown's entourage during the alleged fight, which took place earlier this year and is said to have involved Frank Ocean.

'Sunday' is taken from the Odd Future member's forthcoming album, which will also feature guest spots from Tyler, The Creator and Wu-Tang Clan man RZA. Odd Future member Domo Genesis will also feature on the album, with other artists set to make appearances including Mac Miller and Vince Staples. 'Doris', the follow-up to the rapper's 2010 debut album 'Earl', will contain 15 tracks including 'Chum', which he unveiled late last year, 'Whoa', whose video premiered in March, and 'Guild', which appeared online in May. The album is set for release on August 20.

The full tracklisting for 'Doris' is as follows:

'Pre' (feat. SK La' Flare)
'Burgandy' (feat. Vince Staples)
'20 Wave Caps' (feat. Domo Genesis)
'Sunday' (feat. Frank Ocean)
'Hive' (feat. Vince Staples and Casey Veggies)
'Chum'
'Sasquatch' (feat. Tyler, The Creator)
'Centurion' (feat. Vince Staples)
'523'
'Uncle Al'
'Guild' (feat. Mac Miller)
'Molasses' (feat. RZA)
'Whoa' (feat. Tyler, The Creator)
'Hoarse'
'Knight' (feat. Domo Genesis)


Earlier this year, Earl Sweatshirt was forced to cancel "all foreseeable tour dates" after contracting pneumonia.

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