the man, the parable, the legend in style has introduced that he has if truth be told been working on a brand new project that will include the California native Vince Staples, Hit the leap for more element!
in style has been making appearances on shows to movies, principally far and wide else however the rap scene as of late, but he has revealed to HipHopDx that he in truth is working on a brand new project! The mission will embrace the suave raps from one 1/3 of the California rap group Cutthroat Boyz, Vince Staples:
“I received my man Vince Staples on a song,” standard stated in an unique interview with HipHopDX. “i admire him. He’s chilly on the mic. after I heard him rapping, I used to be like, ‘This dude can in reality rhyme.’ It made me wish to write.”
He reveals that he’s hanging out an LP following the EP subsequent yr:
“I’ve only acquired a couple songs, however I’m gonna get the EP achieved fast and then I’m gonna liberate an LP on the high of subsequent year,” common stated.
in style by no means will get previous, so his new challenge is for sure something to look out for!
Odd Future rapper Earl Sweatshirt is about to drop his new album titled Doris on August 20. Check out his latest music video for “Hive” featuring Casey Veggies and Vince Staples. Pre-order Doris from iTunes.
Earl Sweatshirt drops the video for “Hive” – the latest single from his highly anticipated forthcoming LP Doris, due to drop on August 20th. The video directed by Hiro Murai features Earl out where the wild things are on the edge of the surreal with a cast of characters, including fellow spitters Casey Veggies and Vince Staples as well as a voracious pack of dogs. The video for the track follows Earl Sweatshirt’s performance of the song at a show in New York City on Monday night for the Uncapped Tour presented by Vitamin Water and FADER. Check the video for “Hive” below. Pre-order Earl Sweatshirt’s forthcoming LP Doris via iTunes.
“Can I live without killin’ y’all?” is the question proposed on Vince Staples’ collaboration with Ab-Soul, a song first talked about in Sermon’s Domain’s interview. These singles have done much to hype up the release of Vince and Larry Fisherman’s (that’s Mac Miller’s producer alter-ego if you didn’t know) album. Next week, Tales Of A Stolen Youth will be released and, soon after, a comic book is coming.
A stand-out verse on Earl Sweatshirt’s “EPAR” really helped get Vince Staples a solid start in the music business. All the buzz surrounding Earl and the Odd Future collective only turned new people to that said verse, although it didn’t lead to him being an official member of the group, a claim Tyler, The Creator felt like talking about several times, even stating that there are no affiliates. Then Vince dropped Shyne Coldchain Vol. 1 in January of 2012 that featured the stand out “Taxi.” Later in the year, he and producer Michael Uzowuru really made waves with their Winter In Prague EP, known for the grittiness in the lyrics and darkness in the production. Now, he’s at a pivotal point in his career with his upcoming Tales Of A Stolen Youth EP that Mac Miller is producing entirely. It’s just the type of project that can take him to the next level and, hopefully, secure a major label deal that he’s keen on getting when the right situation comes.
Sitting down with Sermon’s Domain before his show at The Vera Project in Seattle, Vince Staples discussed how the title for Winter In Prague happened, why he didn’t release the song he did for the “Mattress” beat, how he got the opportunity to have Mac Miller produce the entire Tales Of A Stolen Youth EP, three features on it, signing to a major vs. being independent and more.
How Michael Uzowuru came up with the title for Winter In Prague (0:08)
Why he didn’t release the song he did over the beat for “Mattress” (0:41)
How he got the opportunity to have Mac Miller produced his whole upcoming EP, Tales Of A Stolen Youth (1:04)
What he feels Mac brings to the project production wise (1:27)
His thoughts on putting out free music all the time (1:57)
Reveals Schoolboy Q, Ab-Soul & Joey Fattz on the EP (2:18)
If there are any artists or producers he wants to work with (2:36)
Signing to a major vs. being independent (3:10)
Staples announced last week that it will sell the 3D printer, Cube, online and in stores. The portable Cube 3D printer come in 5 different colors and retails at $ 1299.99. The 2nd generation Cube is now availble for purchase at Staples online store and will be available in stores next month.