10 Songs, 29 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Rapper Earl Sweatshirt’s third album is a dark, fascinating trip to the bottom of the self. Lyrically, Earl is a singular talent, capable of dense, expressive lines that flip back and forth between humour and pain, despair and resolve. “My days numbered, I’m focused heavy on making the most of ’em/I feel like I’m the only one pressin’ to grow upwards,” he raps on “Faucet”, over beats as hazy and fragmented as the words themselves.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Rapper Earl Sweatshirt’s third album is a dark, fascinating trip to the bottom of the self. Lyrically, Earl is a singular talent, capable of dense, expressive lines that flip back and forth between humour and pain, despair and resolve. “My days numbered, I’m focused heavy on making the most of ’em/I feel like I’m the only one pressin’ to grow upwards,” he raps on “Faucet”, over beats as hazy and fragmented as the words themselves.

Parental Advisory Explicit Content Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

4.7 out of 5
88 Ratings

88 Ratings

Pilotzander ,

Fireee🔥🔥🔥🔥

I placed my phone down playing the album... burnt down my house

That brown white kid ,

I'm a real of fan but idk earl

I make sure everyone knows I listen to odd future and smoke weed just so they know I'm the coolest cat on the block.

I cry myself to sleep.

buckwang ,

He did it again

Earl has managed to make something that tops Doris. This album’s production surpasses Doris’s, the rich instrumentals that flow from one track to another are beautiful and Earl’s lyricism never seizes to impress

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