Vince Staples Songs

  • Waiting For My Moment
    Waiting For My Moment
    We were already expecting a Childish Gambino x Vince Staples collaboration to appear on the forthcoming soundtrack for the film "Creed," however we were not aware that Ms. Jhene Aiko would also be in the mix. And it's very much a movie.
  • Ghost
    British DJ Switch was one of the founding members of Major Lazer, and now he's launching a new project called With You. After posting a slew of remixes on his Soundcloud in the last month, including Meek Mill & Drake's "R.I.C.O." & OG Maco's "Bitch U Guessed It," With You. drops an original in "Ghost" feat. Vince Staples. "Ghost" utilizes a hypnotic bass line and four-on-the-floor kick, not Vince's usual style, but his flow is so in the pocket here one wonders if he should use these sort of beats more often.
  • Get The Money
    Get The Money
    After teaming up with BadBadNotGood for Sour Soul, Ghostface Killah is collabing with producer Adrian Younge on new album Twelve Reasons to Die II. Today they share one of the album's lead singles, "Get The Money" feat. Vince Staples. The song "Get The Money" is a high-powered car chase music with Ghost & Vince's verses in tow over a vintage Adrian Younge beat.
  • Get Paid
    Get Paid
    Vince Staples is getting ready to release his highly anticipated Def Jam debut on June 30th called Summertime '06. Recently announced as a double disc album, Summertime '06 will contain 20 tracks in total and feature guest contributions from No I.D., Future, Jhené Aiko, DJ Dahi, Daley and more. 
  • Señorita
    When we were out at Action Bronson's "South By South Wonderful" event, Vince Staples left us in shock and awe when he dropped an unreleased Future collaboration. Beyond the fact that we never expected to see those two on the same track, it also went ridiculously hard. Today, he's dropped the track, titled "Señorita" and also featuring Snoh Aalegra. 
  • Mind Trap
    Mind Trap
    Audio Push debuted their new mixtape, The Good Vibe Tribe, which should hold fans over until the duo are ready to drop their debut album on Hit-Boy's imprint. The project, which is basically like a 4/20 playlist you didn't need to curate, contains 14 new cuts with appearances from Fat Trel, OG Maco, Isaiah Rashad and more. On "Mind Trap" Audio Push nab two fellow Left Coasters for features, with smooth production from Hit-Boy and Preach.
  • High
    Vince Staples is at the point in his career now where he's killing every track he touches, even if it's an out-of-character EDM banger. That's what "High," a new track helmed by production duo Christian Rich (who've worked with Earl Sweatshirt, Childish Gambino, J. Cole and others), is, and Staples slays it all the same.
  • Wool
    On previous tracks such as "epaR," "Burgundy" and "Hive," L.A.'s Earl Sweatshirt and Vince Staples have proven time and time again that they're one of the most formidable young duos in rap. As Earl's new album I Don’t Like Shit, I Don’t Go Outside: An Album By Earl Sweatshirt just popped up on iTunes, we're now privy to their latest, a typically creeping jam called "Wool."
  • Kingdom (Remix)
    Kingdom (Remix)
    A few days ago, we reported that Jay Electronica was slated to appear on an upcoming remix of Common and Vince Staples' "Kingdom," and now it's arrived. Common just posted the remix on his SoundCloud with that relatively low budget artwork you see to the left.
  • Hands Up
    Hands Up
    After being featured on Common’s latest album, Nobody's Smiling, fellow Def Jam recording artist, Vince Staples, is finally ready to do his own thing here soon and release his debut project Hell Can Wait later this month. Tonight, the Long Beach rapper comes through and shares the project’s newest offering “Hands Up”.
  • Blue Suede
    Blue Suede
    After being featured on Common’s latest album, Nobodys Smiling, Def Jam recording artist, Vince Staples, is back today with some new music of his own in the form “Blue Suede”. The track serves as the first single off his upcoming album, Hell Can Wait, which is due out in September. It follows up Vince's latest release, "Made" featuring Bad Rabbits.
  • Million $ Dreams
    Million $ Dreams
    Joey Fatts may be the least visible member of his Cutthoat Boyz crew, though he's an integral part of the groups menacing west coast sound. Outside of rapping, Fatts is also the in-house producer for the group rounded out by Aston Matthews and Vince Staples, supplying the instrumentals for a good chunk of Matthews' latest mixtape, Aston 3:16.
  • Kingdom
    Common teased us about this collaboration with rising rapper from Long Beach, California, Vince Staples, the other day with the release of a video trailer. Today Com returns with the full record, which is the third release thus far off the G.O.O.D. rapper's upcoming album Nobody's Smiling.
  • Made
    Converse collected some unconventional collaborations for the Cons EP Vol. 1 earlier this year, which featured contributions from Flatbush Zombies, Ratking, The Internet, and Odd Future hardcore buddies Trash Talk. Looks like the brand is already preparing a follow-up, as they've shared a new track from Vince Staples and Boston funk outfit Bad Rabbits. The group lays down a wavy instrumental, and Vince opens the track with a tight 16, before the song is taken over and Jammed out by Rabbits themselves.
    We've got some cryptic new material from Earl for y'all this morning, folks. An hour ago, the talented young lord tweeted "search important_man464 on soundcloud if you love christ," which led us to the track in question. The cut's dated 9/6/12, which could mean either September 6th or June 9th, 2012.  search important_man464 on soundcloud if you love christ
  • Amen
    Mac Miller continues to deliver instrumental work under the Larry Fisherman pseudonym. On his latest track, "Amen" he chooses to stay behind the boards, but makes sure that there are plenty of worthy emcees to fill his absence on the mic. The ominously crawling instrumental makes way for 16s from frequent Mac collaborators, Ab-Soul and Vince Staples, as well as emerging Jersey rappers Da$h and RetcH (who have also been showing up on their share Fisherman production).
  • Nate
    It’s already been a busy 2014 for Long Beach native Vince Staples. Along with touring alongside Odd Future’s Earl Sweatshirt, Staples will be joining ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron tour starting March 1st. In between time, Vince is getting to release a new LP titled Shyne Coldchain Vol.II, and today, he decided to drop off the lead single for it. For the first offering, Vince recruits Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter James Fauntleroy for the hook on “Nate”. A feel good track, with production handled by Scoop DeVille.
  • Burgundy
    Check out Burgundy (Prod. By Pharrell) , the latest track from Earl Sweatshirt, featuring Vince Staples which dropped on Thursday, August 8th, 2013. Earl Sweatshirt's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Burgundy (Prod. By Pharrell) has further strengthened that fact. It's a solid addition to the commendable body of work Earl Sweatshirt has been creating since stepping foot in the rap game, and we're definitely looking forward to what Earl Sweatshirt has on deck.
  • Plottin'
    Bump Plottin', the latest cut from A$ton Matthews featuring Vince Staples on the assist. It was released on Monday, August 5th, 2013. Things are improving for A$ton Matthews with each new offering, and Plottin' is certainly no exception. It's a worthy addition to the A$ton Matthews's catalogue, which has seen much evolution as of late. We're definitely anticipating the next step.
  • Burgundy
    Give Burgundy (Snippet) a spin - it's a new offering from Earl Sweatshirt, featuring Vince Staples . It was dropped on Tuesday, July 30th, 2013. Earl Sweatshirt's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Burgundy (Snippet). His ever-expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?