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Earl Sweatshirt - I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside: An Album by Earl Sweatshirt album flac

  • Performer: Earl Sweatshirt
  • Album: I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside: An Album by Earl Sweatshirt
  • FLAC: 1718 mb | MP3: 1225 mb
  • Released: 2015
  • Style: Hardcore Hip-Hop
  • Rating: 4.5/5
  • Votes: 765
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Earl Sweatshirt - I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside: An Album by Earl Sweatshirt album flac

Earl Sweatshirt's latest release is noticeably darker than his last, but it doesn't necessarily surpass i. Y'all know this is just my opinion, right? What did you think of this album? Love it?

I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside: An Album by Earl Sweatshirt (also referred to simply as I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside) is the second studio album by American rapper Earl Sweatshirt. It was released on March 23, 2015, by Columbia Records and Tan Cressida Records.

Released March 23, 2015. I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside Tracklist. This turned out to be an error by Sony Music Entertainment. That same day, the album’s lead single, Grief, was released, alongside a music video.

SME (от лица компании "Tan Cressida/Columbia"); The Royalty Network (Publishing), LatinAutor - UMPG, Rumblefish (Publishing), UMPG Publishing, LatinAutor, ASCAP, ARESA, LatinAutor - SonyATV, AMRA, Sony ATV Publishing, UMPI, LatinAutor - PeerMusic, BMG Rights Management, CMRRA, UBEM, EMI Music Publishing, SOLAR Music Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (19). SME (от лица компании "Tan Cressida/Columbia"); CMRRA, Sony ATV Publishing, LatinAutor, UBEM, LatinAutor - SonyATV, SOLAR Music Rights Management" и другие авторские общества (4).

Earl SweatshirtMarch 23, 2015. Hip-Hop/Rap℗ 2015 Tan Cressida, under exclusive license to Columbia Records, a Division of Sony Music Entertainment. The album received widespread acclaim from critics, debuting at number 12 on the US Billboard 200, selling 30,000 copies in the first week.

More albums from Earl Sweatshirt: Doris by Earl Sweatshirt. Earl by Earl Sweatshirt. View all albums . I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside: An Album by Earl Sweatshirt. By: Earl Sweatshirt (2015, Hip Hop).

Best Earl Sweatshirt album, very meaningful and well written. Intelligent raps, unique production and perfect length. This album has helped me a lot this past year, anyone in a dark place or in need of BARS, ought to give this a spin. Somehow, Earl managed to make an album that is darker than his debut! And amazingly, it's just as good. features less guest appearances than Doris, which I like, since Earl certainly does not need help carrying a song on his own! One of the better sophmore albums in quite some time.

Born Thebe Kgositsile, Earl Sweatshirt is a Los Angeles-based rapper and member of the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All (OFWGKTA) crew. Following in the footsteps of Eminem, Natas, and Esham, his languid style is a blend of highly personal alt-rap and morbid horrorcore. In 2010, he released his Earl mixtape to critical acclaim before mysteriously going on hiatus later that year. It was subsequently revealed that Sweatshirt had been sent to a Samoan boarding school by his mother during this period. The leak infuriated Sweatshirt, who took to social media to vent his anger.

Other Albums by Earl Sweatshirt.

Earl's latest release feels like the realization of a voice he's been working towards: one that is both fluid and all angles, vacillating between naked introspection and pushing us as far away as possible. He is whittling away carefully at the tendencies he's always had, remaining confident that he’ll light upon something that feels fresh and honest. In an interview with Clash Magazine following the release of Doris, Earl Sweatshirt said: "I’m starting to sound like myself again. Doris is cool, but you can hear the doubt in my voice. The remark played into the narrative surrounding the album: that it was a document of re-acclimating to the world after a year lost to boarding school, of trying to figure out (amongst a sudden rush of newfound attention and worldly temptations) what kind of music the still-teenage rapper was really interested in making.