The Vince Staples Show Soundtrack: Directed by Calmatic, The Vince Staples Show is an upcoming biography and comedy television series.
The show is executive produced by Kenya Barris, Ian Edelman, Maurice Williams, Corey Smyth, Vince Staples, Calmatic, and Maurice Williams.
Genre: Biography, Comedy, Music
Release Date: February 15, 2024
The series follows Vince Staples, who is a famous rapper and actor, who faces challenges and surprises in his everyday life.
The Vince Staples Show Soundtrack List
Here is the complete The Vince Staples Show Soundtrack:
Epsiode 1 “Pink House”
- Light rock: The song, also known as soft rock, originated in Southern California and the United Kingdom in the late 1960s, smoothing the edges of singer-songwriter and pop rock.
- Back To the Bag by Vegedarius
- I Believe I Can Fly by R. Kelly: This song was composed in 1996 by artist R. It is part of the album Space Jam: Music From and Inspired by the Motion Picture, released by Kelly. The song won the Grammy Award for Best R&B Song.
Epsiode 4 “Black Bussiness’
- Every Day I See You by Dual Playaz: This song is part of track 50 I Love Dance Tunes, Vol. 1 – Best of Hands Up Techno, Electro & Dirty Dutch House 2012, released by the artist Dual Playaz, Ron-Bon-Beat in 2018
- Family Reunion by The O’Jays: The composition was done by The O’Jays and released in 1975 as part of the movie Madea’s Family Reunion.
- Tiny Tim by Tiptoe: This song is part of the album God Bless Tiny Tim by the artist Tiny Tim in 1968. The genre of the song includes Pop, Halloween music
- Rock Lobster by The B-52: This song is part of the album Live Studio Jam, 1978 (FM Radio Broadcast) by the artist The B-52’s in 1978. The genre of the music includes Pop.
- Shotgun by JR Walker and The All-Stars: This song is part of the album Shotgun by the artist JR Walker & The All-Stars in 1965.
These platforms will provide you with a complete list of the songs included in the soundtrack, as well as the artists and composers behind them.
The Vince Staples Show debuts on February 15 on Netflix. This series will have five episodes.
Official Trailer: You can also watch the trailer of The Vince Staples Show, where you can get a glimpse of the series and its characters. (External Link: IMDB)
By watching the trailer of the series, one can guess how interesting and unique the story will be and how uniquely the characters are portrayed.
The Vince Staples Show stars include Nate Jones, Cameron Alexander, Natasha Blasick, Ca’Ron Jaden Coleman, Jason Sims-Prewitt, Gene Silvers, Eliza Shin, and Rafael Castillo.
You will also see Gene Silvers, Eliza Shin, Jason Sims-Prewitt, Vincent Stalba, Staci Lynn Fletcher, Arthur Richardson, Mylen Bradford, Jelani Estelle, Ivan Ellis, Arthur Richardson, and others.
As per Deadline said Staples, “I am excited to partner with Netflix and Kenya Barris on The Vince Staples Show,” “This has been something I have been developing for some time, and I am happy it’s coming to fruition.”