Vince Staples


Vince Staples To Host Limbo Beach Event In Long Beach

This Thursday (May 12), acclaimed musician Vince Staples will host the Limbo Beach Carnival at the Willow Grove Picnic Site of El Dorado Park, located in Staples’ hometown of Long Beach, California. Staples will celebrate the upcoming launch of his debut graphic novel published by Z2 Comics: Limbo Beach....

LA Clippers collaborate with rapper Vince Staples for season highlight video

LOS ANGELES - The 2021-22 NBA season may not have gone as planned for the Los Angeles Clippers, but that isn’t stopping Clipper Nation from celebrating what they accomplished as the league shifts into the second round of playoffs. The Clippers released a four-minute tribute video to social media...

Vince Staples talks Joe Budden, DJ Quik and the Most Important Thing to Success

Vince Staples came to HOT 97 to talk to Nessa on 3/14/22 about his upcoming album Ramona Park Broke My Heart. They talked about the difference with the rats in New York City vs California and being on tour with Tyler the Creator, being in studio with DJ Quik, the most important thing to success, his mother, his friendship with Joe Budden, how thoughts on the industry, his influences, Tupac and not liking excuses.

Vince Staples Is Writing Masterful Songs About Home

Vince Staples went viral earlier this month when he told Complex that he doesn’t invite friends, romantic interests, or anyone else to his home. With a laugh, he explained to Speedy Morman that only his loved ones (and court) know where he even lives. “Why would [anyone else] know where I live at?” he incredulously asked.

Watch Flume Bring Out Beck, Vince Staples, and Caroline Polachek at Coachella 2022

Flume performed last night at Coachella, and his set was packed with surprise guests. He was joined by Beck for “Tiny Cities,” Vince Staples for “Smoke & Retribution,” Caroline Polachek for “Sirens,” Tove Lo for “Say It,” and May-A for “Never Be Like You.” Watch clips from the set below, and follow along with Pitchfork’s full coverage of Coachella 2022.

Watch Beck, Vince Staples, Caroline Polachek & More Join Flume At Coachella

The Australian producer Flume performed at Coachella on Saturday and brought out a bunch of guests during his set that he’s collaborated with over the years. Beck came out to do their collab “Tiny Cities,” Vince Staples was on-hand to do “Smoke & Retribution,” and Tove Lo performed “Say It” — all those tracks appeared on Flume’s 2016 sophomore album Skin. Caroline Polachek was also there and sang their team-up “Sirens,” which was just released a few weeks ago. Check out clips via Pitchfork below.

Vince Staples Explains Why Hip-Hop Is Not A ‘Game’ But A ‘Business’

Vince Staples has never been one to mince his words about… anything. It was just last month that Vince criticized record labels for seeking “money in the violence” against rappers. “It’s money in it and they gonna keep selling it and we gonna keep perpetuating it and we gon’ be hurt when somebody die,” he said during the interview on Hot 97. “I don’t necessarily know if they care. If they did, man the album ready in four weeks once you die. You get more press on the album after you die.” Fresh off the release of his fifth album Ramona Park Broke My Heart, Vince took a moment to give his thoughts on the way hip-hop is presented.

8 New Albums You Should Listen to Now: Father John Misty, Vince Staples, Pavement, Syd, and More

With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services. This week’s batch includes new albums from Father John Misty, Vince Staples, Pavement, Syd of the Internet, Romero, Wet Leg, Omar Apollo, and Grizzly Bear’s Daniel Rossen. Subscribe to Pitchfork’s New Music Friday newsletter to get our recommendations in your inbox every week. (All releases featured here are independently selected by our editors. When you buy something through our affiliate links, however, Pitchfork earns an affiliate commission.)

Vince Staples Drops ‘Ramona Park Broke My Heart’

It is often said that fans don’t buy into music as much as they buy into the people that make it. If this is true, it would explain why fans love to see behind-the-scenes content, listen to podcast interviews featuring their favorite singers and buy autobiographies written by their favorite producers. It would also explain why the world can’t take its eyes off of Vince Staples. Coming out of California, Vince Staples has always been a talented musician, but his personality and incomparable wit has taken him to new heights. Throughout his latest album, Ramona Park Broke My Heart, his wit, unique personality, storytelling capabilities and lyricism are all on display.

Vince Staples – ‘Ramona Park Broke My Heart’ review: rapper shows depth and versatility

Long Beach, California’s proudest resident, Vince Staples, is known for crafting intricate albums that ache with melancholic storytelling. This was nowhere more apparent than on last year’s self-titled fourth LP, which took the 42nd spot on our Best Albums of 2021 list for its magnetic moodiness. That record found Vince at his most thoughtful, as he shared his razor-sharp social observations on his upbringing and the world around him.