On his first release (Earl – 2010), Earl Sweatshirt was young like the rest of the Odd Future collective. On Frank Ocean’s Channel Orange in Super Rich Kids, Earl Sweatshirt was better, but not great. When Doris came out, I was blown away by Earl Sweatshirt’s growth as a rapper. Earl Sweatshirt went from rapping about jacking off over some edgy productions to rapping about the problems fame caused for his romantic relationship over melodic productions. Doris is a great album its own merits, but when compared to Earl, Doris is a huge improvement.