With Vince Staples’ long-awaited self-titled album dropping this Friday, he’s doing the standard media tour, stopping by the hometown radio station, Energy 106, to ship an in-depth freestyle on the LA Leakers present over a basic West Coast instrumental. Taking up the beat from Dr. Dre’s 1999 2001 standout, “Xxplosive,” the Lengthy Seaside native will get particularly busy with a wordplay-riddled verse that names names, makes massive claims, and casts a skeptical glare on the rap recreation.
Let’s speak about these claims although. Amongst them, Vince insists:
– He’s completed extra for the Black neighborhood “than them Obamas did.”
– He has tagged the partitions in his neighborhood each week.
– He fell off the grid so as to attend fútbol video games in Spain.
– He lived out his favourite songs, which embody 50 Cent’s “Many Males.”
– He’ll kill you should you say his identify in his track. No rap.
Additionally, he shouts out Carmelitos, a spot very close to and expensive to my coronary heart. I’ll go forward and say it: That is one of the best LA Leakers freestyle shortly.
Along with completely disintegrating the Energy 106 microphone, Vince has launched two singles for the album, “Regulation Of Averages” and “Are You With That?,” written a comic book ebook, Limbo Seaside, and reminded followers he’s been actual since Summertime 06.
Watch Vince Staples’ “explosive” LA Leakers freestyle above.
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