Earl Sweatshirt – “Some Rap Songs” [FULL ALBUM] REACTION REVIEW (First Album Review!!)

(Music starts at 3:15)
After going almost four years without so much as an album release date, Earl Sweatshirt delivers some of his most mature, reflective and prolific work yet. Not as dark and looming as his last project, rather this feels more like a journey of truth that Earl is bringing us along with. This album does not hide it’s weirdness and how unconventional it is. Track after track, Earl is relentless in pushing us deeper and deeper into how his mind operates. Warped production, eerie vocal samples, hard-hitting truths, and irregular flows and rhythms keep us on our toes with every listen. Topics such as his relationship with his father, managing to stay level-headed in this crazy world and overcoming hurdles set in his life remain consistent themes throughout this project. Earl has revealed himself to the fullest on Some Raps Songs; artistically, lyrically, truthfully.

(I am aware I may have misinterpreted a song or so specifically Peanuts, that song deserves wayyy more props than what I gave. Probably the most accurate depiction of struggling and being in the midst of depression, hurt and anger. Sonically and lyrically. R.I.P Keorapetse Kgositsile)



Justin Brown says:

Riot was made by his uncle but the original tone is from his 10 min song solace

Jordan Badger says:

You got an email I have a project coming on the 15th with a similar vibe let’s talk business

CocoaThunder32 says:

Riot! Was a song mostly made by his uncle who died a few weeks after his dad. Earl added a bit to it, but it’s mostly made by his uncle.

Mr. Reich says:

No games with this cash
Go play with yourself (;

yagamiraitoKIRA says:

Literally my reaction. This shit was poetry, loved every second.

Amedeo Pino says:

Great video

Billy McCowwow says:

I think this album is beautiful. I’ve had it on repeat ever since it came out. Possible album of the year for me.

Thunder Spark says:

very good review, best one i’ve seen so far!

TGBNK says:

poetry, I feel the emotions behind this

x3i4n says:

Awesome reaction! had the same bro. amazing short project!

Denylson Avila says:

I saw him too at cfg last year liked nowhere2go since I’d heard it

trysmo says:

glad to see someone liked it as much as me, great video bro. album was better than i could’ve expected, and it keeps getting better the more I listen. pure poetry. earl did most of the production too which is crazy. looking forward to more reactions! also definitely listen to the whole thing without stopping, i’ve had the whole album on repeat and it just keeps going. each song loops, and the whole album loops too. only gets better with time. earl is my favorite artist of all time and it’s cool to see someone who follows him just as closely

Mr. Reich says:

I know I’m commenting a lot but I had your exact reaction to this album. I thought it was thrilling.

Tony Goode says:

This album fire idc what nobody talking about!

Mr. Reich says:

Please…nobody pinch me out this dream <3

Brainvisions says:

Check out the artist that Earl references throughout such as; one of the producers on Nowhere2go Adé Hakim(aka Sixpress) the album On To Better Things and MIKE, just go to his Bandcamp “mikelikesrap” (his whole catalog is the truth) . You’ll definitely here the influence they’ve all had on each others music.

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