Vic Mensa Drops Off ‘Dirt On My Name’
Many were prepared to write off Vic Mensa, and there’s no denying that a poll would have likely highlighted him being out for the count completely. However, the man is no stranger to adversity.
Rather, Mensa held his head down and concentrated on honing his specialty even further, permitting the venom to stream and show into creativity. Presently, Mensa has emerged cocked and locked with The V Tape, an album that fans are as of now regarding to be an arrival to frame for the Chicago rapper. No place is that more evident than on the Hit-Boy delivered “Dirt On My Name,” a dark banger that discovers him tending to criticism furiously.
“Got a lot of dirt up on my name,” he reflects,” over Hit’s production. “I might’ve had a rap beef with the whole game / I’m spraying everything, I don’t really need to aim.”
In all honesty, it’s truly reviving to hear Mensa rapping with a chip on his shoulder once more, an update that before a couple of controversies he was as a rule consistently lauded for his ability on the mic. It appears as though handling ill will only made him stronger, and if the early reactions to The V Tape are any indication, maybe we’re taking a gander at the beginning of another period for Vic Mensa.
Listen to ‘Dirt On My Name’ below.
Got a lot of dirt up on my name
I might’ve had a rap beef with the whole game
I’m spraying everything, I don’t really need to aim