Definitely. Didn't mean to say that in my initial comparison. Oops. Wasn't really comparing the two. They aren't really comparable.
But if we're judging Doris on its own, I'm kinda let down by it as it stands right now. The flows and wordplay are ridiculously great, but it feels more like a free form mix tape than an official major label debut. At least to me...we can discuss that in that review tho
You're paying too much attention to some kind of non-existent, established system of what releases "should" consist of. But if you think the lyrical gymnastics of "Doris" are worthy of only a throwaway datpiff page, then I don't know what to tell you dude. But if you don't mind the mindless clichés that have been getting way too much attention of late, the "Hangover 3"s of hip hop, then "Trap Lord" is the album for you.