Vince Staples Videos

  • Cover of Vince Staples "Screen Door" Video
    Earlier today, Long Beach's Vince Staples broke down his Hell Can Wait highlight "Screen Door" for Jay Z's "Life + Times" blog (sorry, Funk Flex), and just hours later, he's shared the official video for the chilling track. 
  • Cover of Vince Staples Decodes "Screen Door"
    In October of last year, Vince Staples released his critically-acclaimed EP, Hell Can Wait. Staples' recently sat down with Life +Times to decode "Screen Door", one of the project's standout tracks. 
  • Cover of Vince Staples "Earlier That Day" Short Documentary
    Vince Staples just put out his major label debut, the phenomenal Hell Can Wait EP, and when he came to NYC on tour recently, he was greeted with a fitting gesture: his first headlining show.
  • Cover of Vince Staples "Fire" Video
    The EP that Long Beach MC Vince Staples released last week, Hell Can Wait, is one of the year's most consistently thrilling projects. Though less than 25 minutes in length, it showcased a well-defined sound and vibe, as well as blood-chillingly descriptive lyrics about growing up in a rough neighborhood.
  • Cover of Vince Staples Talks Def Jam, Common, ‘Hell Can Wait’ EP & More
    Xclusives Zone's David Downer got the chance to sit down with Vince Staples for an exclusive interview about the rapper's time at Def Jam, working with Common, and his upcoming Hell Can Wait EP.
  • Cover of Vince Staples Talks Working With Common, Explains Inspiration For "Hell Can Wait" EP
    At just 21, Vince Staples has been in the rap game for almost five years, and it shows in his precocious wisdom.
  • Cover of Vince Staples Freestyles On Sway In The Morning
    Vince Staples is currently promoting his upcoming Hell Can Wait EP, but if the rest of it is as good as "Blue Suede" and "Hands Up," that shit will sell itself. He visited Sway In The Morning to kick a freestyle, and Sway's reaction to the marathon take is basically all you need to know:
  • Cover of Vince Staples "Blue Suede" Video
    Vince Staples brings us to his Long Beach, California neighborhood for the new set of visuals for his recent release "Blue Suede." The black and white visual (save for the color blue) shows Vince's daily routine, as he wakes up, chills with friends, plays a game of dice, sips from 40s and more.
  • Cover of Vince Staples Feat. James Fauntleroy "Nate" Video
    YG’s My Krazy Life and ScHoolboy Q’s Oxymoron, aren't the only new projects putting the West Coast back on the map. Vince Staples’ Shyne Coldchain Vol. 2 is another one that is gaining its much deserved respect and shifting power back to the West.
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