Earl Sweatshirt is the latest artist to release a surprise album, with his second studio offering 'I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside'. The follow up to 2013's 'Doris' offers 10 new tracks, and features guest appearances from Vince Staples, Na'kel and Wiki from Ratking. With 'I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside', Kgositsile delivers his most personal and artistically compelling collection of music yet. The album features the fewest guest appearances of any of his releases to date, and nine of the album's ten tracks are self-produced. It's also the furthest he's been from the Odd Future collective since joining up with them in 2009, with producer Left Brain and rapper Vince Staples the only Odd Future affiliates present on the album. Other guest contributions include A$AP Mob member Dash, pro skater (and noted Odd Future fan) Na'kel Smith, and Wiki of alternative hip-hop duo Ratking. While Kgositsile's production (under the tongue-in-cheek alias 'randomblackdude') stays largely within the confines of the collective's signature sound, with major-chord piano, lo-fi synth washes, booming bass and reverb-soaked percussion dominating its sonic landscape.