Vince Staples has dropped a new song called "Get The F*** Off My D***." He also launched a website on Friday.
"GTFOMD" is Staples's first track since last year's Big Fish Theory. The spanrapper is currently on tour with Tyler and the Creator. The track is all about Staples criticizing the Grammy Awards for ignoring his album.
Vince Staples Creates GoFundMe Page
Prior to the song's release, Staples first teased the title of his new song via his GoFundMe page. Staples said that the Go Fund Me account was put up so he could prepare for his retirement. His goal is to reach $2 million, but he has only received over $1,900 in donations.
"For 2M I agree to do the following: Move to Palmdale, buy a Honda, Year supply of soups for the homies locked down, buy a puppy," wrote Staples.
He also said that the donations will make it possible for him to keep his mouth shut for the rest of his life. Staples promised to no longer do an interview or make any commentaries if he reaches $2 million.
"If not, you can choose to let me do what the f*** I want to do when I want to do it. Get off my dick or fund my lifestyle - the choice is yours. Either way, we appreciate you," added Staples.
Who Is Vince Staples?
Staples is an American rapper from the Ramona Park area of North Long Beach, California. He is a member of the hip-hop trio Cutthroat Boyz alongside Aston Matthews and Joey Fatts.
The 24-year-old rapper started his career in the music industry in 2014. In the same year, he released his debut EP Hell Can Wait.
Staples' other albums are Prima Donna, Summertime '06, Stolen Youth, and more. Some of his songs include "Norf Norf," "Blue Suede," "BagBak," "Lift Me Up," "Opps," "War Ready," "Yeah Right," "Rain Come Down," "Big Fish," "745," "Back Sellin' Crack," "3230," "Nate," and more.
Rapper Talks About His Music
Last year, Staples opened up about his music and said that majority of his songs are about the things that he has experienced.
"I don't really feel the need to describe it, for the simple fact that you can go see and ask someone that is there. This is my thing: We gotta stop pretending that we care about people, and what they do, if we don't. That's an honest thing - 'cause what it is, is a sense of camaraderie, sense of brotherhood, sense of belonging," said Staples.