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I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside Collab review with @anotherrappage_
Earl Sweatshirt - I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside
Fav Tracks: Huey, Faucet, Grief, Off Top, Grown Ups, AM // Radio, Inside, DNA, Wool
Least Fav Tracks: n/a
This is a collab review with my bro @anotherrappage_ . Go check out his account for the other half of the review regarding lyrics, cohesiveness, and replay value!
This album has some very dark and almost muddy production throughout. While critics of this album call this repetitive or boring, I completely disagree. To me, this production fits Earl’s delivery and subject matter perfectly, which makes sense considering Earl did most of these beats himself. Some standouts on this album for me:
Faucet: A simple yet eerie groove with hard hitting percussion and even a sample of flowing water at the beginning of the song.
Grief: Very bassy, heavily distorted drums and super dark overall. Gives way perfectly to Earl’s aggressive flow and delivery on this track.
DNA: The drum loop honestly might be one of my favorites of all time. It just allows for different, amazing flows. The keys here are completely solid as well. Another thing that makes this production so great is the little change into a distorted beat right after Na’kel says “My bro left today…”, which helps make that verse even more powerful (something we’ll touch on later in this review)
Features on I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside are used sparingly, as they should be on an album of this length from an MC of this caliber. I think everyone is placed perfectly here. Chemistry between each one of them and Earl is very apparent, and they all contribute something to the song without completely stealing the show from Earl (although Vince sure comes close). The two standouts for me as far as features go:
Na’kel (on DNA): Going into this song without first knowing the story behind this verse, I thought it was solid but nothing too special. However, after learning that this verse was written almost immediately after Na’kel got news that his boy had passed away, it created this whole new dimension to it. ⬇️
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