Earl Sweatshirt, 'I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside'

With each song released by Earl Sweatshirt, the more the fat or excess get cut away. With I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside, the 30-minute LP does way more with less, a contrast of his past work. Earl is a prodigy who can flat-out rap circles around a ton of MCs. He’s been in hip-hop’s eye since his early days when he was sent to Samoa after he released his debut mixtape Earl. However, throughout his young career, he’s grown so much. He’s done with the provocative pokes, childish antics and visibly distanced himself from Odd Future. He doesn’t care about explaining anything to the outside world and is truly focused on getting better as a rapper. He finds his voice on this album and his growth can be heard. The wordplay, the flow, the production, Earl takes a leap.