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On Air With Sir sits down with Vic Mensa the day after his performance at Made In America 2017 at the Kicks USA Boom 103.9 studios.


Vic Mensa

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Vic Mensa recently released his latest project titled “The Autobiography”, and he explains the meaning behind the album cover, individual songs, and what it was like working with No I.D. and Ty Dolla $ign.

Throughout the album, Vic opens up about everything in and around his life, and explains his past relationship issues in songs like “Homewrecker” and the story of loosing one of his closest friends to Chicago gun violence on the track “Heaven On Earth“.

Vic is a young-and-upcoming artist who has worked with some of the biggest hip-hop acts of all time, he’s got a voice, and he’s using it not only to tell his story, but to speak for the youth, and tell it how it is when it comes to issues in society.

Check out the full interview above and make sure you go stream the new album “The Autobiography“, available everywhere now!

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