On his sophomore LP, Big Fish Theory, rapper Vince Staples teamed up with producers like SOPHIE, Jimmy Edgar and Flume to create an album that fuses avant-garde electronica with aggressive hip-hop. Among the project's highlights is a pounding club-rap track, called "Yeah Right" (SOPHIE, Flume)," featuring verses from Kucka and Kendrick Lamar, as well as sampled vocals from Hari Nef.
The Transparent actress and IMG model appears on Staples' second verse as "the garbly robot voice," as Nef described today on Twitter.
i'm the garbly robot voice on either end of the "pretty woman wanna" part https://t.co/2Dy5ATvqU9
— hari nef (@harinef) June 23, 2017
Amidst bass-heavy production that bears the mark of SOPHIE's menacing outsider edge, Staples spits about women: "Pretty woman wanna be a rich man's bitch, pretty woman want a couple kids, pretty woman want a new ass, new lips." The track's simple, addictive hook—"Boy yeah right, yeah right, yeah right"—is one you'll be singing for the rest of the weekend.
Listen to Big Fish Theory's standout, "Yeah Right," below.