Vic Mensa

Vic Mensa

Roc Nation / Capitol Records

A Reader Questions Our Coverage of Vic Mensa’s Response to Lil Peep’s Death

By DJ Z | Posted December 1, 2017
"I hope y'all make another article accentuating the harsh reality, which is plain to see, and not [just] the words, the harshness of which are questionable."

Vic Mensa Wasn’t Surprised by Lil Peep’s Death: “Every Action Has a Consequence”

By Donna-Claire Chesman | Posted November 30, 2017
“Some stories have an obvious outcome.”

Beat Break: Jahlil Beats Shares the Story Behind His 5 Biggest Songs

By Andy James | Posted October 19, 2017
The Roc Nation producer breaks down his beats for Bobby Shmurda's "Hot N*gga," Meek Mill's "I'ma Boss" and more.

From J. Cole to Nas, How Hip-Hop’s Best Use Storytelling to Flip Our Perspective

By Yoh | Posted October 17, 2017
The list of hip-hop artists who have used songs as a vehicle for incredible, out of the box storytelling is endless.
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Vic Mensa - Rollin’ Like A Stoner

By Crystal Johnson | Posted September 28, 2017
Artist(s): Vic Mensa

Vic Mensa Criticizes President Obama for Not Doing More to Curb Chicago Violence

By DJ Z | Posted August 17, 2017
"I watched my neighborhood not improve, and my city not improve, and my community not improve..."

From JAY-Z to Vic Mensa, What Comes After the Confessional Rap Album?

By Hershal Pandya | Posted August 9, 2017
After artists completely bare their soul, where do they go next?

Vic Mensa ‘The Autobiography’ 1 Listen Album Review

By Yoh | Posted July 27, 2017
Vic Mensa has a lot to say on 'The Autobiography' and he says it with vigor, passion and unfiltered rawness.

Vic Mensa Removed a Diss Line From ‘The Autobiography’ Because of JAY-Z

By DJ Z | Posted July 26, 2017
"There was a situation where I had a line that was kind of dissin' somebody else and it wasn't really necessary."

Vic Mensa & The Never-Ending Pursuit of Freedom

By Donna-Claire Chesman | Posted July 24, 2017
The first step is to make a mistake. The second step is to admit it in earnest.
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