No robot video game beats.
A trip to Wakanda has recontextualized Vince Staples' thrilling sophomore album.
Vince likely gives no f**ks.
"Pop means popular."
“Son, I Am the art.”
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The Def Jam MC can’t control how you felt about his music before his set and he knows it, so he doesn’t care.
We look forward to you voicing your complaints. Again.
Vince's message is the same, but the way we interpret it has changed.
At your most anxious, don’t forget that your November is a short drive away.
How hip-hop is allowing artists to break the vicious cycle of generational poverty.
And not necessarily in the way you might think.
In the same vein of 'Yeezus,' 'Big Fish Theory' finds Vince challenging the very idea of what a rapper can create.
He does like '8 Mile' though.
Summer is known as a time of bliss, but the reality is that when it gets hot, it gets violent.
Vince’s analogy on how he wants people to digest his music is spot on.
We can only hope we'll hear it.
"The worst thing that can happen is people don't like it. To me, that's a win."