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Music / April 15, 2021

Vince Staples has two new albums on the way

Music / April 15, 2021

Vince Staples has two new albums on the way

Words: Dylan Murphy

The west coast rapper revealed in an interview with GQ that a self-titled LP and another album called Ramona Park Broke My Heart are due to land this year.

Today, in GQ’s cover story Ramona Park rapper Vince Staples revealed that he has two full length projects on the way. Speaking with Desus Nice, Staples spoke about a myriad of different things including life during covid and his growth.

The most notable part of the piece said, “With another full-length album (Ramona Park Broke My Heart) and a Netflix show bearing his name on the horizon, we’re going to get a whole lot of Vince Staples, and the world will be better for it.”

Alongside the two projects it would appear there is a television show on the way too. They would be the first since his 2018 release of FM!.

Click here to read the full interview with GQ.