Vince Staples with the video for his summer banger. This kid is real and makes Ice Cube and the Bomb Squad look like Disney characters. The West Coast is resurrected on his back alone. Check the video after the jump.
From his upcoming album Hell Can Wait, Vince Staples delivers his hardcore Long Beach flow over intimidating bass chords. It’s like 2014 DJ Yella and NWA with faster rhymes and smoother instrumentation. Don’t let the smooth taste fool you though. Check the track after the jump.
The rapper formerly known as Common Sense is no longer common. He’s on his dime album, recruits young upstarts like Vince Staples to keep him “real,” and gets burn on the late night circuit like he’s a Roots member. Check the video of his performance last night after the jump.
How good are Million Dollar Dreams when you wake up? Vince Staples and Joey Fatts are two of the best new voices in the game and have a darker take on haunting ambitions. Listen after the jump.
Before we get to see the Hype Williams directed video for the latest single off of Common’s 10th studio album, we get to hear the song itself. Featuring a guest appearance by fellow label mate, Vince Staples, “Kingdom” is laced by Chicago beatsmith No I.D.
A$ton Matthews releases his much anticipated A$ton 3:16 project, which includes features from Joey Fatts, Action Bronson, A$AP Ferg, Flatbush ZOMBiES, and more. Tracklist and stream after the jump. Read More
Vice Staples unleashes another offering from his upcoming Shyne Coldchain Vol. 2 project, which features crooning from James Fauntleroy and smooth production from West Coast beatsmith Scoop DeVille. Read More