Earl Sweatshirt Released a Surprise Album Today
The 21-year-old Los Angeles rapper just released I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside, his much-anticipated follow-up to 2013’s Doris.
It’s mind-blowing to think that the youngest member of Odd Future is now of legal drinking age.
Earl Sweatshirt, who burst onto the hip-hop scene in 2011 as a rapping savant who was sent to a boarding school in Samoa by his mother, released his new album last night, I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside.
The second Los Angeles-based MC to release an album before its official release date (following Kendrick Lamar last week), Earl’s new album features guest appearances by other young talents like Vince Staples, Dash, and Wiki from Ratking.
You can listen to the entire album below: