Vic Mensa rocks over the sample that The Fugees blessed on “Ready or Not” and laments about his current issues on “10K Problems.”
Vic Mensa takes his social activism to the rest of the world with the powerful video for “We Could Be Free.”
“I wanted to make a video to show solidarity with people struggling against oppression all over the world,” Vic says on the visual. “I took scenes from the military occupation of a village I visited in Palestine and juxtaposed them with racial violence in America to show how similar our struggles are and imagine a world without division.”
Vic Mensa’s freestyles have become some kind of legend in hip hop. He hasn’t failed us yet and he doesn’t fail us now as the former Kids These Days emcee puts in work over the instrumental to Noreaga’s “Banned From TV” on Funkmaster Flex’s show.
With The Autobiography out, Vic Mensa has a vendetta against the haters and shows up on Sway in the Morning to completely obliterate the instrumental to Kendrick Lamar’s “Hiiipower.”
With All Eyez On Me right around the corner Vic Mensa shows up on the LA Leakers show to drop a freestyle over Prodigy’s “Keep It Thoro.” Mr. Mensa opens right up addressing those who feel that they are better than the legendary Tupac and goes off for another three minutes.
Vic Mensa takes on the Twenty One Pilots song “Heathens” off of the Suicide Squad soundtrack and adds some bars to it.
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With Donald Trump now in line to take his place in the White House, Vic Mensa took his place on stage alongside Travis Barker to perform “16 Shots” on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
Vic Mensa’s politically charged “16 Shots” gets a video that’s just as powerful visually as the song is lyrically.
Vic Mensa spreads love in honor of Chicago holding their 47th annual LGBT Pride Parade.
Vic Mensa discusses the water crisis in Flint, Michigan and breaks down his lyrics on “Shades of Blue” to Genius.