The production’s origins are unclear, but it certainly bears the familiar, haunting aesthetic of Em’s Marshall Mathers era releases. There are essays to be written about Hamilton. His persona and his content comrpise a fascinatingly labyrinthine portrait of a man who has often lived a painfully public life. “I Don’t Care” is a densely dark letter of rejection, a seemingly nihilistic transmission from a mind battered by an unforgiving industry and a litany of widely criticized decisions.
via Charles Hamilton – “I Don’t Care” | Pigeons & Planes.