Vice Souletric Wants To Rap About ’90s Hip-Hop With You. Can He Kick It? (Video)

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Vice Souletric is a promising MC and producer from Lorain, Ohio—just 30 miles west of Cleveland. Having previously worked with Pete Rock and fellow Buckeye State native DJ Hi-Tek, Souletric released Vice For President, Vol. 2. On Election Day 2016, Ambrosia For Heads holds up recent video single “90’s Sumthin'” to ask the readers if this artist is Ready, Or Not?

In addition to HiJinks, who appears on the single, VFP2 features Talib Kweli, Rapper Big Pooh, and Skyzoo. “90’s Sumthin'” traces back to the carefree vibes (cookouts, sunny weather, and smiling faces) found in many of the Hip-Hop videos from Heads’ formative years, and tries to steer the ship to a place of fellowship, skill, and enriching messages for the mind.

Visit Vice Souletric’s site for more music, merchandise, and information.

“90’s Sumthin'” reps for Illmatic, The Chronic, and The Low End Theory right down to its chorus. With great muses, has Vice Souletric made great music of his own?

Past Ambrosia For Heads Ready Or Not features.

About Ready Or Not: “Ready Or Not” is Ambrosia For Heads’s platform for showcasing new videos and having you, the people, decide whether they are ready for primetime. Each week, AFH will showcase music from artists on the verge, looking for their seat at the table among Hip-Hop’s elite.