Earl Sweatshirt - I Don`t Like Shit, I Don`t Go Outside - 2015 Underground Hip Hop - Sealed LP

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Earl Sweatshirt - I Don`t Like Shit, I Don`t Go Outside


Label: Columbia – 88875069271, Tan Cressida – 88875069271
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album
has pic inner
Country: US
Released: 2015
Genre: Hip Hop
Style: Hardcore Hip-Hop


Tracklist
A1 Huey
1:52
A2 Mantra
3:48
A3 Faucet
3:07
A4 Grief
4:10
A5 Off Top
1:46


B1 Grown Ups
2:57
B2 AM // Radio
4:02
B3 Inside
1:49
B4 DNA
3:52
B5 Wool
2:33


Companies, etc.
Mixed At – Beazley's Laboratory
Mastered At – Bernie Grundman Mastering
Engineered At – Eastwest Studios
Engineered At – Paramount Studios
Engineered At – The Village Recorder
Engineered At – Glenwood Place Studios
Engineered At – Jungle City Studios
Engineered At – The Sanctuary (7)
Recorded At – Young Turk Studios


Credits
Art Direction – Jakobi McLemore, Sage Elsesser, Weirdo Dave
Executive-Producer – Thebe Kgositsile
Instruments [Additional] – Miles Shannon
Management – Leila Steinberg
Mastered By – Brian Gardner
Mixed By – Josh Berg


Earl gets personal on this album. On "Mantra" he eludes to his romantic relationships--"Tryna keep it calm but I snap at you / Now you're taking all your property back and it's obvious that / That apart from the fact that we fuck and it's bomb."

There are a lot of drugs on the album, from Xanax to acid. On “Grown Ups”, he kicks things off with, “Feel this cage when that acid fade / Face the same but your mind has changed.” On “DNA” he’s downing whiskey until it becomes problematic: “Intercepting a fifth of whisky / And neckin it 'til I'm dizzy / I never was defenseless / I never hugged a fence / I pick a side and trust in it / Stomach full of drugs and shit."

On “Inside”, Earl blames fame for keeping free drugs around him: “Fame is the culprit who give me drugs without owing cash.” On “DNA”, he also mentions he may need to find a way to protect himself if his celebrity continues to grow: “Tell momma get a gun if I get too popular / I'm just being honest with it / Tell her stop whining, it ain't no mo problems.”

Sweatshirt is prolific with his bars, stretching the English language out as well as anyone in hip-hop can do it. He doesn’t just rhyme the words at the end of each bar--instead connecting all over the grid in a way that makes your head spin with delight. In regards to poetic skill, Earl is in the top-tier of hip hop, right there with cats like Kendrick Lamar and MF Doom

More Information
Condition New
Format LP
Label Columbia
Color Black