Long Beach, Cali rapper Vince Staples debuted his seven-song EP, HELL CAN WAIT late last year. The release of HELL CAN WAIT followed Vince s 3-week, 13-city Paisley Summer Tour headlining stint, which wrapped up at Hard Rock Live in Las Vegas. Vince has contributed tracks to dozens of todays hottest artists, including Earl Sweatshirts first and second album to Dilated Peoples Directors Of Photography to Jhené Aiko s The Vapors (on her Sail Out debut, the biggest-selling EP in Def Jam history) and Common s latest album, Nobody s Smiling, on his single Kingdom, performed live by Common with Vince at his side on Jimmy Kimmel Live and at the 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards. As Common stated in XXL, He s cold on the mic… This dude can really rhyme. It made me want to write. With HELL CAN WAIT, Vince turned the microscope on himself and his family for some of hip-hop s most remarkable music. Aint nothing realer than the truth, he explains. Aint nothing better than the truth, like I really did all that. I really seen all that. I really been around that my whole life. Vince s debut album, Summertime 06, set to drop this summer, will be no different. Vince describes Summertime 2006 as the summer that started it all. He looks back in time to tell a story of how his budding career came to be; this album will provide insight into who Vince is and why he does what he does. The countdown to Summertime 06 is on!