Long Beach rapper Vince Staples gives us a some very interesting visuals for his song "Señorita." Aided by Future and Swedish singer Snoh Aalegra, the track serves as the first single to his debut full-length album, Summertime '06. It is set to be released on June 30th.
Produced by Christian Rich, "Señorita" shows us the LBC rapper trading in his West Coast sound for an eerie, southern trap style. This isn't exactly an official collab between Staples and Future, who doesn't appear in the video. The hook is sampled from Future's 2014 song "Covered N Money".
Directed by Ian Pons Jewell, the black and white video contains some eye popping moments. As Vince is walking through his Long Beach neighborhood, we see a heavily tattooed man chanting Future's hook, holding what appears to be a Bible-like book, and leading a crowd of brainless followers who eventually collapse on the ground. At the end, the characters in the video are drawn into a parallel universe. Watch the video above, via YouTube.
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