Earl Sweatshirt - EARL
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2010 Ratings: #142
March 31, 2010 / Release Date
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charlie17
82
Really solid mixtape. Earl brings great flows, and tyler brings off kilter, but undeniably catchy production.
Claytastic
78
Earl’s 2010 debut mixtape presents itself as incredibly edgy just for the sake of being that. But he knew that. It’s clear he had the wherewithal to realize that a 16-year-old writing shit like this was gonna upset people. So he jacked it up as much as he could. And goddamn is it hilarious.

In this way, Earl captured the feeling of being his age. That feeling that you can say what you want and get away with it. That feeling that the world is yours when you start to get marginally ... read more
itsyahboinoah
62
Despite, being so edgy and corny lol. I can't not deny how much promise he showed in this mixtape. This was a tad better than tyler the creator - bastard EP due to being much more entertaining at times.
eliiiiiiii
70
I got triggered by many many lyrics off this, but I can't deny the insane potential and the great production work, as well as the instantly infectious delivery that this album brings
matscomh
92
Earl's rawer style of rapping and his funny wordplay work perfectly with the production on here.
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#24/Complex

Track List

  1. Thisniggaugly 
  2. Earl 
  3. Couch (feat. Tyler, The Creator) 
  4. Kill 
  5. Wakeupfaggot 
  6. Luper 
  7. epaR (feat. Vince Staples) 
  8. Moonlight (feat. Hodgy Beats) 
  9. Pigions (feat. Wolf Haley) 
  10. Stapleton
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