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Big Fish Theory [Clean / Edited]

Vince Staples

Available in 44.1 kHz / 24-bit AIFF and FLAC audio formats

Explicit Lyrics | Edited / Clean

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1
Crabs In A Bucket
Vince Staples
3:18
2
Big Fish
Vince Staples
3:18
3
Alyssa Interlude
Vince Staples
2:38
4
Love Can Be…
Vince Staples
2:59
5
745
Vince Staples
3:48
6
Ramona Park Is Yankee Stadium
Vince Staples
0:51
7
Yeah Right
Vince Staples
3:09
8
Homage
Vince Staples
2:53
9
SAMO
Vince Staples
2:54
10
Party People
Vince Staples
2:59
11
BagBak
Vince Staples
2:40
12
Rain Come Down
Vince Staples
4:41
Total Playing Time    36:08
Billboard 200 - #16, 2017

Big Fish Theory is the highly anticipated sophomore release from Long Beach’s hip hop wunderkind Vince Staples. The cutthroat lyrics and energetic delivery he became known for in early collaborations with Odd Future’s Syd tha Kyd, Mike G and Earl Sweatshirt culminate in this mature and polished release with features from Bon Iver, Damon Albarn and Kendrick Lamar.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Def Jam Recordings Studio Masters

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