After waiting for what felt like a lifetime and a modified title, Sarz and WurlD have finally made good of their promise by releasing their joint EP, “I Love Girls With Trobul.” This comes after they both released personal project earlier this year, with Sarz opening the year with his debut EP, “SINYM (Sarz Is Not Your Mate)” and WurlD releasing his 9-track “Love Is Contagious” EP a short while after.
This new 8-track EP contains previously released songs like ‘Trobul‘, ‘Nobody Wins‘ and ‘Mad‘ which is just a week old. “I Love Girls With Trobul” consists no features and assists even on the production end which is solely handled by the ever-evolving Sarz.
Listen to the EP here.
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