Vince Staples' 'Law of Averages' MV thrills fans who say 'music getting weirder'

Vince Staples’ last album called ‘FM!’ was released in 2018 which included guest vocals from Kamaiyah, E-40, Jay Rock, Kehlani, Earl Sweatshirt, Buddy and Tyga


                            Vince Staples' 'Law of Averages' MV thrills fans who say 'music getting weirder'
With this single, Vince Staples also announced his brand new self-titled album which fans will be able to enjoy on July 9, 2021 (Instagram @vincestaples)

Amid the sea of new music releases, Vince Staples' ‘Law of Averages’ clearly stood out as fans loved the rapper’s first solo project in two years. The new single was accompanied by stunning visuals which surely got the internet talking for good. With this single, Vince Staples also announced his brand new self-titled album which fans will be able to enjoy on July 9, 2021.

Vince Staples’ last album called ‘FM!’ was released in 2018 which included guest vocals from Kamaiyah, E-40, Jay Rock, Kehlani, Earl Sweatshirt, Buddy and Tyga, among others. If we talk about his latest, the 27-year-old rapper took to his Instagram and Twitter accounts to announce the release of fresh music. The ‘Big Fish’ hitmaker was recently featured on Emotional Oranges’ track ‘Back & Forth’ and he also joined Pusha-T and DIVINE on ‘Jungle Mantra’ which got featured on Netflix’s ‘The White Tiger’. Speaking of new music, artists like Tyler, The Creator, Coldplay, Halsey and The Weeknd might soon drop their respective new albums.
 
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‘This is another take on myself’

According to Pitchfork, the California native shed light on his latest single via a press release where he stated that this new project is another take on himself. “It really gives much more information about me that wasn’t out there before. That’s why I went with that title.” He continued, “I feel like I’ve been trying to tell the same story. As you go on in life, your point of view changes. This is another take on myself that I might not have had before.” 

The song ‘Law of Averages’ was produced by Staples’ frequent collaborator Kenny Beats and was released via Blacksmith Recordings/Motown Records. Talking about lyrics, Staples opens the track with a verse and then later goes into the chorus. He first raps, “F**k a bitch, I don't trust no b***h with my government/ F**k a friend, I don't want no friends with no open hands/ Count my bands, all alone at home, don't you call my phone/ Everyone that I've ever known asked me for a loan/ Leave me 'lone, .44 Stallone, get a [expletive] a gone.” In the chorus, he spits, “Cherry Ave, Downey Ave, ho, you average/ Louis bag, Gucci bag, you got baggage/ I will never give my money to a bad b***h/ I will never give my money to a bad b***h.” Speaking of video, the 2-minute-26-second video features Vince Staples chilling out with his buddies in the neighborhood. The video has been shot in a very different style giving a dark aesthetic vibe to the song.



 



 

‘Definitely a flop but the music video is cool’

A lot of social media users tuned into Vince Staple’s latest project. While some did not like the song others did praise the music video. Speaking on the same lines, one user stated, “Always happy for new Vince Staples, but Law of Averages hits me more like an interlude than a single.” One added, “Vince Staples's cadence on Law Of Averages is on Space X levels. This new project bout to be out of this world.”
 
The next one shared, “Who produced this? They need some flowers man.” One person tweeted, “Idk his videos & music get weirder & weirder.” One user added, “Them smiles in the video was f**king me up.” Whereas, another chimed in and shared, “10/10 vid but most importantly, this is the best sounding song you’ve ever put out imo.” One concluded, “Definitely a flop but the music video is cool.”



 



 



 



 



 



 



 



 

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