Earl Sweatshirt - I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside
Oct 5, 2018
47
I like the dark and claustrophobic atmosphere, but half the time it comes off as really lethargic and boring. I get that that's the point, but I was hoping for a more thick production at least, a lot of these tracks are mostly just him slowly tumbling through verses about how fucked up his life is and how much he hates himself with generic beats desperately trying to stay interesting. It picks up towards the backend with more consistent compositions, and that's when the record is at its best, but with all this going against it the only reason to listen is Earl's lyricism, which is wildly inconsistent. Sometimes it's great and self-reflective, other times it just comes off as really whiny. Overall, Doris blows this record out of the water.
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