Vince Staples has dropped his new album after announcing that he was set to share new music this week.
Staples last release was 2017’s ‘Big Fish Theory’, later releasing single ‘Get The Fuck Off My Dick’ to promote a GoFundMe campaign.
Earlier this week (October 29), Staples tweeted: “GOOD MORNING CITCH WE GOT NEW VINCE STAPLES THIS FRIDAY” and it was later revealed that the release will be his entire album. It dropped at 9pm PST (4am GMT).
GOOD MORNING CITCH WE GOT NEW VINCE STAPLES THIS FRIDAY
— Vince Staples (@vincestaples) October 29, 2018
FM! by Vince Staples dropping tonight at 9 PM PST.
— Vince Staples (@vincestaples) November 1, 2018
The new album features productions from Kenny Beats (Rico Nasty, Key!). It doesn’t feature his recent single ‘Get The Fuck Off My Dick’.
You can see the artwork for ‘FM!’ below.
Meanwhile, Staples took part in a Mac Miller tribute concert last night (October 31). The ‘Mac Miller: A Celebration of Life’ show took place at Los Angeles’ Greek Theatre, and saw an all-star line up performing their own hits as well as several of Miller’s most popular songs.
Along with performances from the likes of Chance the Rapper and Travis Scott, John Mayer was on hand to cover Miller’s ‘Small Worlds’ – with the singer explaining how he had previously watched the star perform the track.
“I saw Mac play this at Hotel Cafe a couple months ago, and he got onstage and he said he was really nervous,” Mayer told the crowd.
“And now, Mac, I’m really nervous. So we got that in common too. This one’s for you.”
The concert comes after the rapper was found dead in his San Fernando Valley home in September.