VULTURE'S BEST NEW SONGS OF THE WEEK: VINCE STAPLES "GET THE FUCK OFF MY D***"

 

5 BEST NEW SONGS OF THE WEEK

 

Every week Vulture highlights the best new music. If the song is worthy of your ears and attention, you will find it here. Read our picks below, share yours in the comments, and subscribe to the Vulture Playlist for a comprehensive guide to the year’s best music.

 

 

 

Vince Staples, “Get the Fuck Off My Dick”


It takes a special artist to make a heartfelt declaration of aesthetic independence that doubles as an ace-level troll, and Vince Staples is that kind of artist. Beset by complaints from consumers that the EDM-loaded beat selection on Prima Donna and Big Fish Theory wasn’t doing it for them, Staples rolled out “GTFOMD” with an ingenious GoFundMe campaign — give him $2 million and you’ll never hear from him again — but the song itself turns out to be even sharper. DJ Dahi’s muted yet urgent beat matches perfectly with Staples’s weary yet alert lyrics. He’s going exactly where he wants to go, and if you don’t like it, he’s got some helpful advice regarding your own travel itinerary. —Frank Guan (@frankophilia)

 

 

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On that collection, quietness feels like an undetectable instrument. "For You As well" wouldn't fit in there by any means — each void space is filled, and it's pretty to the point that it sparkles. What it shares with the main part of Nothing is a ubiquitous feeling of despairing. Try not to mistake that feeling for misery, however. "For You As well" is significantly more nuanced. — S.H-S.

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