It’s looking more and more like Doris is going to be leaning towards the “Chum” school rather than the “Woah” school. After “Burgundy“‘s uncomfortable closeness, Earl brings us another track that cuts deep, this time aimed directly at a friend he’s drifting from. “This is painfully honest / When I say it, I’ll vomit” Earl raps on “Sunday,” sounding both nervous and liberated, allowing the weight that the words carry to, in part, leave him as he raps them. Doris is going to be a curveball, both to Odd Future fans and to hip-hop fans. Neither are too used to the under-and-over-whelming qualities of humanity laid bare. It must be a head trip to watch such personal yet skilled art come together–Christian Rich, who produced four tracks on Doris, proclaimed it album of the year. Time will tell.
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