Earl Sweatshirt (Thebe Kgositsile), a member of Los Angeles' Odd Future collective alongside
Frank Ocean and Tyler The Creator, debuted with
Earl (2010), recorded when he was barely 16, produced by Tyler The Creator and drenched in lewd and goth.
Doris (2013) better demonstrated his originality and skills as a rapper.
A number of influential producers showed up to provide the underpinning for his
acrobatic linguistic games:
Frank Ocean (Sunday),
Tyler the Creator (Whoa),
Alchemist (Uncle Al),
This time he mostly steered away from the gothic burlesque of his first mixtape,
although the best song,
the Christian Rich-produced Centurion (with a sample from Can's Soup), is the closest to that mood. But at the other
end there is a simple introverted confession such as Chum.
Alas, the tracks that feature his Odd Future pals
(Vince Staples, Domo Genesis, Mac Miller) are the weakest and could have
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