Vince Staples Streams Full Version of '06'


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(Radio.com) In a little over a week, Vince Staples will release his new EP Prima Donna, which features six new songs from the rapper. But before the world gets to hear what he's been working on, he shared the full version of his track "'06" as part of this week's Adult Swim Single.

"'06" appears as the last track on Staple's 2015 studio album Summertime '06. But in that version, listeners only got hear a brief 48 seconds before Staples abruptly cut things short, ending his 20-track album with white noise instead.

In the full version, the song is another glimpse of life on the streets of Long Beach, as Staples raps about eking out his place in the world all while the gangs battle it out and others in his neighborhood talk trash. Read more here.

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