Rapper Vince Staples is set to headline a scripted comedy series on Netflix


Vince Staples is set to produce and star in his own scripted comedy series on Netflix.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Vince Staples will appear in the Netflix scripted comedy series of the same name

Netflix recently announced that it has given a series order called ‘The Vince Staples Show’.

Vince Staples, a critically acclaimed artist, actor and creator, will serve as an actor and executive producer on the series.

Additionally, it will be set in Long Beach, California and is loosely inspired by the rapper’s life.

Although born in Compton, Staples grew up in the Ramona Park area of ​​North Long Beach. The location has been the backdrop for several creative Staples projects.

In addition, the rapper’s latest album “Ramona Park Broke My Heart” is inspired by his former life.

However, the specific release of the show has not been announced yet.

In addition, Black-ish creator Kenya Barris, Barris for Khalabo Ink Society, Corey Smyth and Calmatic will executive produce. Ian Edelman and Maurice Williams, on the other hand, will work as showrunners for the series.

Vince Staples talks about his new on-screen venture

Vince Staples recently sat down with Variety magazine to share his excitement about the upcoming “The Vince Staples Show.”

He said: ‘I’m thrilled to be partnering with Netflix and Kenya Barris on The Vince Staples Show.’

He added: “It’s something I’ve been building for a while and I’m glad it’s coming to fruition.”

Additionally, Netflix head of comedy Tracey Pakosta shared similar sentiments in a statement.

He mentioned, “Our mission is to work with the best artists in the world. Vince has already established himself as one of the most talented young musicians working today and we’re really excited to see how his flair – and sense of humor – will translate into a unique comedy series.”

Meanwhile, Staples recently wrapped filming on White Men Can’t Jump, a reboot of the 1992 sports comedy starring Ron Shelton.

He was also cast in the pilot of the Showtime comedy The Wood, which is based on the 1999 film. The rapper also published a graphic novel titled Limbo Beach in July 2022.

The twenty-nine-year-old rapper has released five studio albums so far. They are: Summertime 06, Big Fish Theory, FM! and his 2021 self-titled album and Ramona Park’s Broke My Heart.


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