Vince Staples is ready to impact with this new 7 track EP, Hell Can Wait, and he needs no assistance save for the lone feature from Teyana Taylor. “Blue Suede” likely first caught your attention; now see what does the same from the Def Jam signee.
2. 65 Hunnid
3. Screen Door
4. Hands Up
5. Blue Suede
6. Limos (feat. Teyana Taylor)
7. Feelin’ the Love
Whoo, Vince Staples impressed on this one. Straight of the top, seemingly never-ending bars. Sway eggs him on with a couple of topics to, which Staples handles in stride. He also drops a lil line against President Obama in the process too. Interview below. Hell Can Wait EP coming soon..
“Three Kings and a remix” as Jay Electronica joins Common and Vince Staples on the official redux of “Kingdom”. The three performed the song at the recording of the BET Awards this past weekend and Jay Elect also performed his verse during his set at Sunday’s AAHH! Fest in Chicago. Good vibes, good looks below.
The beat is bangin’ on Vince Staples’ new single “Blue Suede” that first stems from the freshness of blue suede kicks and into Vince’s overall youthful perspective. For the video, we see some cool color correction with emphasis on blue (naturally) and red in the otherwise black and white filter.
ICYMI: Common & Vince Staples “Kingdom” LIVE on Kimmel
The Nobody’s Smiling tour continues and invades the Jimmy Kimmel Live stage as Common tabs young artists on the rise Jhene Aiko & Vince Staples for their guest spots on “Blak Majik” and “Kingdom”, respectively.
“Blak Majik” got the airtime tonight and I love the song choice for the nationally televised affair, which is first and foremost unlike anything that usually airs on TV, amirite? Common and Jhene set the mood by saying no words (below), then Com delivered with the high energy he saves for the last song of his concerts. Jhene tapped into her J Hennessy rap alter ego for her show stealing bars and after that, it was a wrap. Loved the dancers in front of them too, just wish there was more.
Below, “Kingdom” gets the shine with Common and Vince Staples spitting their different perspectives from being a father and a youth, respectively. These were two hard songs for Common to pick and perform live due to the ever-changing fast pace, but all things considered, he rapped everything pretty clearly. Maybe it’s TV, but perhaps his voice could have even popped more? But whatever the case, both performances are well-worth your look here.
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