Vic Mensa drops in a new track from his debut. It’s the kind of frantic party rap anthem he has been striving for since creating his new template. It does a lot and heads nowhere, and the hangover disappears quickly.
BBC Radio has hosted some of the best freestyle sessions not named Sway In The Booth. Vic Mensa kills this for about 8 minutes non-stop almost fully off the top. It’s a notable brilliant moment in his already bright career. Watch the video after the jump.
As the heady half of the SaveMoney crew, Vic Mensa has been going all the way left of expectation for his first project. It’s like 2009 Asher Roth on speedballs and Illmatic repeats. He has the frat boy fervor and the backpacker urgency and just enough R&B melody to make rhymes palatable. The new video after the jump.
Vic Mensa drops a new visual for his “Down On My Luck” single.
The INNANETAPE by SAVEMONEY rapper Vic Mensa has made his year more intriguing by the week. From appearance at MTV’s Rapfix to impressive Five Fingers Of Death freestyles, the young genius is creating an indelible mark. Check the recap of his tour stops.
The Save Money duo rejoins like LeBron and Wade in 2010, when both were so good it was hard to choose who was better.
This is a literal video, though pristine, that may undermine the casual brilliance of it.
Some young upstarts and a true blue vet graced the MTV stage. Here is the video of the freestylish result.
Young Netscape comes through with the video for the Eliza-assisted “YNSP” off INNANETAPE. This is basically the same beat Dahi used for “Bout It, Bout It,” with minor adjustments. Young producers save peso too.
Vic Mensa with a new song that he raps to in a studio session before it even comes out. Be blessed.
Vic Mensa appears on BET’s The Backroom program and rips the mic for three minutes straight. Stay woke and make sure you check out Vic’s INNANETAPE.
Vic Mensa gives an inside look into the production of the INNANETAPE.