Soon after, Earthworm and Clësh teamed up to produce his first first full length album. Boasting 15 tracks, all produced by Clësh, Welcome Home was released in 2016. 1,000 hard copies were sold. With over 5,000 words in the album, it was obvious this was a definitive push towards the abstract, darker side of the genre.
A year later, Earthworm dropped another full length album, aptly titled ‘Flowers’. Flowers was a far cry from Welcome Home, in terms of lyrics, style and sound. The album showcased a different Earthworm, focusing on hooks instead of verses, and artistry instead of poetry. Most of the production coming from Clësh, it still held the attitude and versatility of the first album, while encasing a more positive side the two had not yet explored.
Earthworm and Clësh dropped their latest single, Lost The Plot, in the summer of 2017. The song featured a verse from rising artist KOTA the Friend, as well as a hook from Mick Jenkins, both of whom have been personal inspirations to Earthworm.
Since then, the two have been quietly working, and hope to release new music in 2018.