Vince Staples just released his sophomore album, Big Fish Theory, which includes a stand out song featuring production by Flume and SOPHIE, and vocals from Kendrick Lamar and Kučka!
“Yeah Right”, however, diverges from their previously smooth and relaxed collaborations for a more sinister sound. Flume’s impeccable production shines here, as he takes on a dark bass heavy style, which complements Vince Staples’ vocals. It’s great to see Flume experiment with a darker sound, like he recently did with Pusha T on “Enough”.
Kendrick’s guest verse is fluid, fierce and energetic, adding depth to the gritty soundscape. Kučka’s, on the other hand, provides a momentary break from the ferocity of the track, making for a sultry interlude.
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All in all, it’s a star-studded track with impressive production and thrilling vocals. It isn’t often artistic leaders from different genres, like Flume and Kendrick Lamar, come together for a track. So, fans, rejoice. This is special.
Stream the track below: