Others countries are saying online that they feels sorry for us. If y'all reading this right now, thanks, a lot of us are in fear of what's going to happen from now to 2020. I'd rather see Donald Trump dead on the floor.
We as a Americans
Us as a citizen
Gotta protect ourselves
Look at how shit has been
We better check ourselves
Living up in these streets
Through worse and through better health
Surviving by any means
Earl Sweatshirt - I Don't Like Shit; I Don't Go Outside (Columbia 2015) | As much as I adored Doris, this album's hermetic vibe has always kept me at a distance, making it a perfect candidate for getting on vinyl as now I'll actually give this album the attention it deserves. Earl did all the beats on this record and while they aren't exactly mind-melting, when you're a lyricist of his caliber, it's more about establishing a mood and honing in on it. And the mood for I Don't Like Shit is agoraphobia, a vibe I can very much feel on this day of protest that I've simply watched (tho to me defense, I don't handle crowds well at all). Anyhoo, this album sounds too perfect to believe right now, carrying a jubilant nihilism that has an underlying spirituality to it that has accented Earl's adult work. I always loved listening to bands like Don Cab because you'd hear something new every time and while that cliche holds true for so many MCs, for Earl it's a way of being. #techno#nowplaying#vinyligclub#vinyl#recordcollection#records
true story: when I was fifteen my crush dedicated from first to last's 'emily' to me and I thought it was the most romantic thing in the world. teenage emo me would be so happy that current me is listening to their latest single...their first song released in ten years that def mentions snapchat.