Even though Earl Sweatshirt may be the youngest member of the Odd Future collective, he’s certainly not an artist to underestimate.
The 19-year-old emcee recently dropped the cover art and tracklist for his upcoming album Doris, consisting of 15 songs that happen to have no features.
And even though the project doesn’t include any featured appearances, Earl has linked up with Tyler and Om’Mas Keith in the studio. They worked on Frank Ocean’s Grammy-winning album Channel Orange.
“Earl’s album is very special, very creative,” Om’Mas told Rap-Up TV. “There are some very special people on that, and I think Earl is definitely a contender for Best Rap Album of the year next year for sure. I see Earl with Best Rap Album. I see Earl with Best Rap/Sung Collaboration. I definitely see him with a slew of acknowledgements next year.”
“IVE HAD DORIS FOR A WEEK AND I LIKE IT. ALOT. I HAVE THE WEAKEST BEATS ON THERE TBH.”