Eclecticism, thy name is Vic Mensa. On Major Payne, the Save Money affiliate continues to hone the new club-oriented style of his post-INNANETAPE material, combining the dancefloor-ready R&B vibes of debut single Down On My Luck with the grit of February promo cut Feel That. Over a stark synth-percussion beat by Michael Uzowuru, Mensa spits game to a “nasty girl” at the local spot. Are you feeling the latest evolution in the artist’s style? If so, you can keep it locked for more fresh tunes leading up to the as yet-unscheduled release of his Street Lights EP.
Written by richard on 06/26/14
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