Vic Mensa assumes control over Clipse’s 2006 track “Momma I’m So Sorry” for a clever new free-form.
Vic Mensa is outfitting to deliver his I TAPE project one week from now on March 26, however meanwhile, the Chicago-conceived craftsman is treating fans with another free-form more than one of the unbelievable Hip-Hop pair Clipse’s more dark beats. Easygoing audience members of the Virginia Beach pair might be more acquainted with the exemplary beats for “Grindin'” and “Mr. Me Too,” yet long-lasting devotees of Hell Hath No Fury can without a doubt perceive the Neptunes creation that Vic takes for a twist.
Delivered as a video on YouTube, Vic Mensa’s “CLIPSE FREESTYLE” finds the HOOLIGANS rapper flexing his melodious gifts, with clever references to mainstream society and smudged bars about Chicago’s road life.
I TAPE follows a year ago’s V TAPE, which persuades that his impending undertaking will proceed with what has all the earmarks of being a progression of EP’s that explains his name. While fans hold back to perceive what Vic Mensa has available, they can anticipate I TAPE — which will house Vic’s February single “Sanctuary” with Wyclef Jean and Chance the Rapper — to show up on web-based features on March 26.