Rapper Vince Staples is set to headline Netflix’s scripted comedy series.


Vince Staples will be producing and starring in her own scripted comedy series on Netflix.

Here’s everything you need to know.

Vince Staples to star in Netflix’s EP eponymous comedy series

Netflix recently announced that it has ordered the series ‘The Vince Staples Show’.

Acclaimed artist, actor and producer Vince Staples joins the series as actor and executive producer.

It will also take place in Long Beach, California and is loosely inspired by the life of a rapper.

Staples was born in Compton but grew up in the Ramona Park area of ​​North Long Beach. It has been the backdrop for many of Staples’ creative projects.

Moreover, his recent album ‘Ramona Park Broke My Heart’ was also inspired by his previous life.

Nonetheless, no specific release for the show has been announced yet.

Additionally, executive producers include Black-ish producer Kenya Barris, Khalabo Ink Society’s Barris, Corey Smyth and Calmatic. Meanwhile, Ian Edelman and Maurice Williams will act as series showrunners.

Vince Staples talks about his new on-screen venture.

Vince Staples recently shared her anticipation for ‘The Vince Staples Show’ with Variety magazine.

“I’m excited to be working with Netflix and Kenya Barris on the Vince Staples Show,” he said.

‘This is something I’ve been working on for a while, and I’m happy to see it come to fruition,’ he added.

Also, Netflix’s head of comedy, Tracey Pakosta, shared similar sentiments in a statement.

“It’s our mission to work with the world’s best artists,” he said. Vince has already established himself as one of today’s most talented young musicians and I’m very excited to see how his sensibility and sense of humor translate into a unique comedy series.’

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

He was also cast as a pilot for the 1999 showtime comedy The Wood, based on the film. The rapper also published a graphic novel ‘Limbo Beach’ in July 2022.

The 29-year-old rapper has released five studio albums so far. They are: Summertime 06, Big Fish Theory, FM! His 2021 self-titled album, and Ramona Park Broke My Heart.

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