Even in 2010 Vic Mensa Was a Razor Sharp Lyricist. Here’s Proof…(Audio)

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For new artists, a lot can change from the time you start making noise to your breakthrough. While Vic Mensa has the Kids These Days years to point back to, he’s been plugging away at solo records for sometime.

With the release of an Innanet Tape package that should greatly appeal to fans of Vic’s acclaimed 2013 vicmensa_2013freebie, the Chicago MC unveiled a 2010 record called “Crazy.” Vic was confident enough to show the record, and it seemingly affirms that all of his accolades and attributes that are getting embraced in ’13 go back quite a ways. For a change, it’s great to see the early sketch-book and scrimmages of a winning artist.

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