Vic Mensa ft. Chance The Rapper - Suitcase

Posted 2 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Cam Osteen

If I had to pack for a long trip, I would be sure to make up one Suitcase full of fully-charged iPods, containing nothing but Vic Mensa’s INNANETAPE and Chance The Rapper’s Acid Rap on them. Of course, I’d also have to include one with a copy of their latest collabo effort. The close friends celebrate their amazing 2013 by rapping atop a swaying, churning production from Cam Osteen.  Cam and Chance both share a laid-back yet charismatic approach to their contributions and Vic, the cuts headliner, flexes his vocal chops, singing a few bars here and there. To thank them for this free loosie, vote for both Vic and Chance at the 2013 Best of the Booth Awards.

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