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Doris (Vinyl)

Earl Sweatshirt Doris (Vinyl)

$39.99

Doris (Vinyl)

by Earl Sweatshirt
$39.99

Three years after his debut mixtape, “Earl”, introduced us to one of the most promising talents in Hip Hop, Earl Sweatshirt will release “Doris”, his major label debut. To create “Doris”, Earl worked with producers such as Pharrell, RZA, BADBADNOTGOOD and Tyler, The Creator, while also receiving guest verses from Odd Future cohorts Frank Ocean, Domo Genesis, and Tyler, The Creator, as well as LA-based rappers Vince Staples, Casey Veggies, and Mac Miller. After his debut, Earl attended a reform school in Samoa of which he returned with a stronger artistic focus and a more mature outlook on life. Since his return Earl has appeared on Odd Future’s “The OF Tape Vol.2” and Frank Ocean’s “Channel Orange” as well as working with industry legends like Flying Lotus and The Neptunes. The album is named after Earl’s late grandma.

TRACKLISTING

Pre
Burgundy
20 Wave Caps
Sunday
Hive
Chum
Sasquatch
Centurion
523
Uncle Al
Guild
Molasses
Whoa
Hoarse
Knight

Earl Sweatshirt is back with a new album, 'I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside!'. Earl Sweatshirt came to fame as part of the hip-hop collective Odd Future but earned his own recognition when he released his debut mixtape, 'Earl,' to critical praise. Following the mixtape release, Earl was sent to boarding school in Samoa for years – leaving fans bubbling with anticipation for more.

Once Earl came home, he released the first track and video, "Chum" in 2012 which had great reviews and response from audiences. Earl then released his debut album, 'Doris,' which was one of the most anticipated Hip Hop albums of 2013. 'Doris, which featured many big names from the likes of fellow Odd Future members Tyler, the Creator and Frank Ocean as well as RZA and The Neptunes' was acclaimed by music critics, including perfect scores by The Guardian and LA Times.

TRACKLISTING

Huey
Mantra
Faucet
Grief
Off Top
Grown Ups
AM // Radio
Inside
DNA
Wool