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Vince Staples Surprise Releases New Album 'FM!'

Friday, 02 November 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

Vince Staples has dropped a new album.

'FM!' arrives after a series of teaser posts across the rapper's social media accounts over the last few days and follows up last year's 'Big Fish Theory'. It features production by Kenny Beats, Cubeatz, Hagler, and KillaGraham.

Alongside the record Staples has released a video for cut FUN!. "We just wanna have fun, we don't wanna fuck up nothing," goes the chorus, while the clip revolves around Google Earth footage of the rapper in a neighbourhood in Long Beach, California near Ramona Park.

Staples will support Childish Gamino at his December US shows in Nashville, Denver, San Jose, Glendale and Inglewood.





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