Vince Staples – Shame On The Devil –
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Vince Staples – Shame On The Devil

Vince Staples – Shame On The Devil

Vince Staples returns to music with “Shame On The Devil,” the reflective first single from his forthcoming album, Dark Times, set to release in a few days via Blacksmith Recordings. Following his starring role in The Vince Staples Show, an absurdist Netflix series, Staples shifts focus back to his roots, delivering a track that delves into the isolating effects of fame.

The song features a hazy beat, with production credits including Michael Uzowuru, a frequent collaborator known for his work with Frank Ocean and SZA. Over a span of three and a half minutes, Staples’ lyrics wrestle with personal relationships and the burdens of success, showcasing his growth in mastering song structure and musical storytelling.

Recorded over seven months in North Hollywood, Dark Times promises to be a concise, self-contained project, continuing the trend from his previous albums. Staples describes this album as “a personal achievement,” reflecting his progress in honing his craft. The accompanying music video teaser features a sweaty Staples, adding a visual layer to the song’s introspective vibe.

Stay tuned for the full album, a testament to Vince Staples’ evolving artistry and commitment to pushing musical boundaries.

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