With Statik Selektah’s remix project The Best of A3C dropping tomorrow, A3C and iHipHop Distribution have decided to share the full album today via HipHopDX. The album includes remixes of A3C compilation series tracks by G-Eazy, Action Bronson, Dave East, Vince Staples, Mick Jenkins, The Underachievers, Michael Christmas, and more.
Just the other week Vince Staples announced a follow up to his debut album Summertime ’06 was coming soon. Earlier today Vince surprised us by releasing the Prima Donna EP a day ahead of schedule.
Vince Staples has just shared the music video for his “Norf Norf” cut from hisnew album Summertime ’06. In the clip, Staples hangs out in the back of a cop car, gets his mugshot taken, gets roughed up by cops, and gets thrown in a cell. Watch it after the jump!
For Pitchfork’s recent episode of “Over/Under” — the interview series in which artists evaluate a series of random topics, declaring if they’re overrated or underrated — Vince Staples discusses sobriety, the Amish, KFC, Tom Cruise, PETA, Oprah, Bill Nye the Science Guy, and more. Watch his assessments after the jump.
Aye, new Ghostface for ya’ll! The Staten Island spitter returns with composer Adrian Younge for a followup to their successful 2013 collaboration, Twelve Reasons to Die. This time out the two will have thirteen brand new tracks with a load of star-studded features. One of those features, courtesy of Vince Staples, is present on “Get the Money,” which ironically arrives less than a week removed from Staples’ very own “Get Paid.” Check out “Get the Money” after the jump and be on the lookout for Twelve Reasons to Die II dropping July 10th.
Vince Staples will be dropping his highly-anticipated debut album Summertime ’06 on Def Jam on June 30th. And we’ve already been treated to some fresh ish with “Senorita” (backed up by excellent production and a killer Future sample.) But now we’re getting some bonus material here with “Get Paid” featuring Desi Mo. Other guest appearances on Summertime ’06 include Jhené Aiko, Joey Fatts, A$ton Matthews, Snoh Aalegra, Kilo Kish, DJ Dahi, and more. Check out “Get Paid” after the jump.
Vince Staples is not only one of the best young rap talents emerging right now but he’s also a confident young man with great viewpoints. Lat night Staples made an appearance on “The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore”, sitting in on a panel alongside comedians Mark Yard and Gina Yashere. They discussed whether or not they’d vote for an unmarried presidential candidate, and if there’s a prejudice against single people. “Most of the people in my generation who want to get married aren’t allowed to get married,” Staples pointed out. Also, Staples’ album Summertime ’06 is out June 30 via Blacksmith/Artium/Def Jam. Check out the video after the jump.
Well folks, your 215 XXL Freshman Class is here. As expected there’s plenty of talent on the list, with some already making serious moves. Of course, Fetty Wap has the #2 song in the country with “Trap Queen” and OG Maco recently inked a record deal with Motown/Universal. There’s also Vince Staples who has his debut album dropping soon. Check out a full list of the 2015 XXL Freshman Class after the jump.
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If you’re going to be in the Netherlands this summer, you won’t want to miss this one! The lineup for the 2015 WOO HAH! Festival has just been announced and as you can tell from the flier above, it’s going to be epic.
Damn, now this is what I’m talkin’ about! Vince Staples snaps on this. Also, the added Future sample is perfection. This entire track is pretty much the epitome of dope ass contemporary hip-hop. A classic in the making. Check out Vince Staples’ “Señorita” after the jump.
You should be familiar with Vince Staples by now. His 2014 EP Hell Can Wait was one of the best hip-hop releases all year. And thankfully the 21-year-old Long Beach rapper hasn’t slowed down. Here he’s joined by Christian Rich, an LA-based production team for “High.” The track is dope and if you’re still unfamiliar with Staples then here’s a nice start. Get at it after the jump.
Earl Sweatshirt’s sophomore album I Don’t Like Sh*t, I Don’t Go Outside is now available for stream (get it after the jump) and it’s coming after Earl’s single “Grief.” It contains ten brand new tracks and clocks in at around the 30 minute mark. It’s Earl’s first full length project since his 2013 debut album Doris. Stream it after the jump.