12 Songs, 42 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Domo Genesis has always been one of the most laidback, above-board members of the Odd Future crew—less sinister than Tyler, The Creator and not half as inscrutable as Earl Sweatshirt. Genesis, his first official studio album, leans less on his crew’s misanthropic weirdness in favor of stoned-soul confessions and dusty, '90s-style beats. It’s a murky and marvelous outing that features guest spots from Mac Miller (“Coming Back”), Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J (“Go (Gas)”), and Anderson .Paak on “Dapper,” a jazzy, surprisingly convincing night-out anthem from a guy who always seemed perfectly content on the couch.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Domo Genesis has always been one of the most laidback, above-board members of the Odd Future crew—less sinister than Tyler, The Creator and not half as inscrutable as Earl Sweatshirt. Genesis, his first official studio album, leans less on his crew’s misanthropic weirdness in favor of stoned-soul confessions and dusty, '90s-style beats. It’s a murky and marvelous outing that features guest spots from Mac Miller (“Coming Back”), Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J (“Go (Gas)”), and Anderson .Paak on “Dapper,” a jazzy, surprisingly convincing night-out anthem from a guy who always seemed perfectly content on the couch.

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