Either way, it’s a chaotic fusion of warped soul, distorted hooks, and extraterrestrial demonic spirituals.The tentative release date is sometime this summer.The candid interview also sees Staples call out the gangsta myth in modern rap, saying: “Rappers is busters. They ain’t shooting nobody, bro.” Staples is one of several vocalists James Blake has worked with in recent years.– Vince’s debut double-disc epic gangsta rap saga – was a strong contender for the best hip-hop album of 2015, as well as one of the albums that put West Coast back on the map.A little over a year has passed since Vince released .
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With production from No ID, James Blake, and DJ Dahi, the six-song set starts with a rap star killing himself and concludes with him first coming to fame.
You’re meant to be able to play it front-to-back or back-to-front.
collaborator DJ Dahi and is described as “psychedelic gangsta rap blues that you could play at 2 a.m.