Vince Staples Enlists Ty Dolla $ign for New 'Big Fish Theory' Single "Rain Come Down"

The LBC rapper’s new LP is dropping in a few weeks.

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Fresh off the release of a new record with fellow California rapper Tyga, Vince Staples resurfaces with another song off his forthcoming studio album, Big Fish Theory. Titled “Rain Come Down,” today’s track features Ty Dolla $ign and serves as the third Vince Staples single to be released in 2017. Back in May, the Long Beach lyricist debuted Big Fish Theory‘s lead single “Big Fish” via the track’s official video and announced the release date for his next LP.

Courtesy of Apple Music and Spotify, you can stream Vince Staples and Ty Dolla Sign’s “Rain Come Down” below. Big Fish Theory is scheduled to arrive on June 23. Late last month, we reached out to Christian Rich to discuss the sound of “Big Fish” and more.


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