AUSTIN, TX - MARCH 20: Rapper Earl Sweatshirt performs onstage at the Spin Media party at Stubbs BBQ on March 20, 2015 in Aus
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Happy (?) Monday! Earl Sweatshirt, the singular Odd Future rap wizard, has released his sophomore album, I Don't Like Shit, I Don't Go Outside. It's streaming on Spotify, and like a true follow-up to 2013's Doris, the 21-year-old artist has served up another slab of rough-edged underwater downer-rap you'll be listening to over and over.

Spin the half-hour, 10-song record right here, courtesy of Spotify, or pick it up on iTunes:

Where Doris featured a slew of OFWGKTA features, including Frank Ocean, Domo Genesis, and Tyler, the Creator (plus one from the RZA), I Don't Like Shit has Earl doing most of the talking. Fellow 21-year-old Vince Staples does show up at the end. Also in the mix: up-and-comers Wiki (half of Ratking) and Dash.

Earl Sweatshirt is touring the U.S. for the next two months. Scope the dates out here.