James Blake's "Timeless" originally appeared on the English singer's album The Colour in Anything. Now, Blake connects with Vince Staples for the remix.

The Long Beach, Calif. MC delivers an incredibly thoughtful, poetic verse over luscious production by Blake. The Prima Donna artist spits, "Oceans wasn't made for Vince, motions leave me more than sick / Couldn't ride the love boat, jumped into the lone abyss / Rather be alone than build unhappy homes / Now I'm gone / Down with Davy Jones where it's dark at day and night / Way beneath the ocean breeze / You lose your sight then lose yo knees."

If you remember, these two performed "Timeless" live at the Glastonbury Festival back in June. At the time, fans weren't sure if the updated version of the song would ever be released. Luckily, Blake decided to unleash this gem of a record.

In other Vince Staples-related news, the 23-year-old rapper recently appeared on Power 106's The Cruz Show for a highly entertaining interview. Vince voices his opinion on the national anthem, calling it "weak" and "trash" and mentioning that it needs an upgrade ASAP – Mustard on the beat, perhaps?

In addition, Staples talks about saving a ton of money at Bed, Bath & Beyond, delving into the best ways to get coupons, where else to use them, and more. Vince also discusses his fandom for Bow Wow a.k.a. Shad Moss (who recently retired) and answers some questions about past job applications.

You can listen to the "Timeless" remix above.

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