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Some Rap Songs is the third studio album by Earl Sweatshirt, released in 2018.

Preceded by I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside.


  1. “Shattered Dreams”
  2. “Red Water”
  3. “Cold Summers”
  4. “Nowhere2go”
  5. “December 24”
  6. “Ontheway!”
  7. “The Mint”
  8. “The Bends”
  9. “Loosie”
  10. “Azucar”
  11. “Eclipse”
  12. “Veins”
  13. “Playing Possum”
  14. “Peanut”
  15. “Riot!”

Tropes appearing in this album:

  • Arc Words: “Keep faith, my nigga” throughout the album.
    • A non-descript “Brodie” figure also appears in two of the songs.
  • Darker and Edgier: In a rather shocking way, Some Rap Songs is this to all of Earl’s already-dark previous works, due to Earl’s Creator Breakdown affecting the album’s production, making it an extremely personal experience for those who listen to it.
  • Miniscule Rocking: None of the songs go over three minutes, and exactly two are over two. The album as a whole is less than 25 minutes long.
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  • Stylistic Suck: The mixing and mastering is intentionally muddy and glitchy.
  • Textless Album Cover: It features a distorted picture of Earl’s smiling.


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