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Earl Sweatshirt Releases 'I Don't Like S--t, I Don't Go Outside' Album
One week after Earl Sweatshirt announced that the full-length follow-up to 2013's Doris was imminent, the Odd Future rapper has released the 10-song album in full. Listen to I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside: An Album by Earl Sweatshirt via Spotify below:
"HEAR MY PAIN," Sweatshirt posted to Twitter on Sunday night (Mar. 22), along with a link to the new album on iTunes. Last week, the 21-year-old rapper released a video for new track "Grief" with the news of the album, which is markedly shorter than the critically acclaimed Doris. "WHEN YOU GET DONE LISTENING TO IT, LISTEN TO IT AGAIN, THATS WHY ITS 30 MINUTES NUMBNUTS," he explained on Twitter.
I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside features guest appearances by Vince Staples, Na' kel, Wiki and Da$h. Staples and Remy Banks will join Sweatshirt on a tour of North America, beginning tomorrow night at the Ready Room in St. Louis.