With its groovy techno-influenced beat and Vince Staples
's compressed and distorted voice, "Bagbak" constantly feels like a bomb that's ready to go off. For Staples himself though, it sounded like that bomb already went off. Not angrily, but matter-of-factly stating things like "Tell the government to suck a dick, because we on now / Tell the president to suck a dick, because we on now"
and "Prison system broken / Racial war commercin'"
, Vince knows something big is coming, and with "We need Tomika's and Shaniqua's in that Oval Office / Obama ain't enough for me, we only getting started"
, he's ready to keep moving forward. Not out of anger, but because we have to.
To him this is all expected, but it's not going to let him affect him. In fact, it looks hes giving it his all. "So today, love my dark skin / Bitch I'm goin' all in."