Let Vince Staples take you on a journey with his Prima Donna short film

Let Vince Staples take you on a journey with his Prima Donna short film

The Long Beach rapper also shows up on a brilliant James Blake remix.

Vince Staples is slowly becoming one of the most recognisable names in hip hop — a far crime from three years ago, when the rapper released his critically acclaimed mixtape with Mac Miller's Larry Fisherman alter ego, titled Stolen Youth. Since that time, Staples has gone from strength to strength, releasing his Hell Can Wait EP in 2014, debut album Summertime '06 in 2015 and now the rapper's latest EP Prima Donna in 2016. In celebration of the Long Beach native's latest release, he has now also unveiled a ten minute short film in partnership with the EP, a trippy, psychedelic journey led along by the charismatic 23 year old.

That's not all Staples fans have to feel giddy about, with the official CDQ release of Vince Staples' turn on James Blake single, Timeless. Having already worked with such names as Earl Sweatshirt, Flume, Clams Casino, Mac Miller, Jhene Aiko and more, it has been the rapper's growing chemistry with UK superstar Blake that has fans so excited. With Blake also having offered his production to one of the tracks on Staples' Prima Donna, the Timeless remix featuring Vince Staples is yet more proof that this pairing is one that dreams are made of.

Here's hoping for more to come from them both, hear Timeless featuring Vince Staples below.

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