ALBUM REVIEW. I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside

Earl does it again… A good read….

Cut x Sewn Media


20 year old lyricist extraordinaire Earl Sweatshirt has had an eventful four years. From the dark immature doldrums of his first eponymous mixtape Earl to the Free Earl movement and from the highly anticipated debut album Doris to this release, it’s obvious that the Odd Future rapper connects with a large audience who yearn to hear his existential yet widely relatable struggles. 

When I run don't chase me : Sweatshirt's bold attitude contributes heavily to his style“When I run don’t chase me”: Sweatshirt’s bold attitude contributes heavily to his style

This release follows up the consistently enjoyable Doris. An album that highlights a depressed Earl who criticizes the world around him for the majority of the project and the same can be said for I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside. It illustrates the social problems faced by Earl and the album’s subject matter is dominated by darkness. All tracks apart from ‘Off Top’ are produced by Earl operating under the pseudonym ‘randomblackdude’. This…

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