Chicago’s own Vic Mensa who’s “The Autobiography”project is out now stopped by The Breakfast Club for an in depth interview. He discusses everything from his relationship with Hov, the new project, Dj Akademiks, Chicago police & more!
Vic Mensa released his new project executive produced by No I.D. entitled “The Autobiography (As Told by Vic Mensa)” a week early on NPR. The project contains 13 new joints with features from Chief Keef, The-Dream, Ty Dolla Sign, Pharrell and more! Officially dropping on July 28th on iTunes and Apple Music and is available for pre-order now!
Young Chop teams up with fellow Chicagoans Vic Mensa and King 100 James for “Around My Way.” This is off of his new album titled “King Chop.” Now available on iTunes now https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/king-chop/id1115283920
Two years ago, Noisey went to Chicago to make a documentary series called Chiraq. It focused on drill artists like Chief Keef, Lil Durk, Lil Reese and Young Chop and was controversial in its portrayal of the city. Now, we have Noisey Chicago, shot last year in the South Side of city where we revisit some of the characters from Noisey Chiraq to find out what’s happened to them since we last met. We also explore the problems and solutions that the artists and residents of Chicago are dealing with, in a city where the murder rate is out of control and its victims are getting younger and younger every year.
Features Chief Keef, Vic Mensa, Common, Lil Durk and Young Chop.