Flume Teams With Vince Staples to Cover Ghost Town DJ's Classic 'My Boo': Listen

Aaron Richter
Flume photographed by Aaron Richter on May 18, 2016 at Miss Lily’s in New York. 

Ghost Town DJ's first released the classic dance-hop track “My Boo” in 1995. California rapper Vince Staples was only about two years old, and Flume was about four. Maybe Flume remembers it on the radio, but he wouldn't really have to. “My Boo” continues to be a favorite among party DJs wth a timeless hook and a romantic message that could never go out of style.

The original track caught fire this year and resurfaced on the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at No. 27. Now, it gets another chance at takeover with a weird and wonky rework from Flume, featuring some fresh bars from Staples. Check it out below.


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