Na$ is the producer, Vic is the rapper. And these two make their allegiance official today with this new joint titled “HAWKSPIT” — which is probably the best way to describe V-I-C’s off-kilter and hard hitting bars. Loogie-in-your-face-rap.
In under two minutes he offends and assault. And that’s how we like it.
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Producer, Na$im Williams, and emcee, Vic Spencer, release “HAWKSPIT” to endorse their official stage alliance; catch them performing at this year’s Logan Square Arts Festival in June; they are also opening for Nas in Des Moines, Iowa at Western Gateway Park early in July. You can expect more music from the duo later this summer as well.
Produced by Ray White
Vic Spencer is doing pretty good as far as geniuses go. Right? Word to Yeezus. So after a 2016 filled with collabo joints and group efforts, Vic Spencer emerges with something on the solo tip — and you know he’s got his feelings on his sleeve. And today he commits that to wax on “Dropping Feelings.” Watch how he brainstorms below.
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Produced by Ill Legit
Illy and Crackaveli collide to hover above the stove to give us that “Stove Top Flow.” Vic Spencer even makes an unannounced appearance at the end, making this a full blown Chris $pencer affair.
They’ve still got that smell of the drugs their clothes, so let them breath some life into a familiar instrumental below. Dear Summer, you’re not ready for these guys.
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Produced by J. Arthur
“You’re my boy, Blue!” might be a popular quote from the old movie Old School, but there’s nothing old school about the two dynamic duos featured on this track. Sure their sound might be deeply rooted in the traditional styles of yester-hip-hop, but these guys are on the cutting edge of 2016. This is that new shit. Need I say more? I don’t think so.
The duo of theWHOevers and the duo of Chris $pencer (you know them as Chris Crack and Vic Spencer) are two two-headed monsters that are shaking things up in the Chicago scene, so it was only right they collide for the Chi City anthem, “You’re My Boy Blue.” No fancy bells and whistles, just grade A raps over a minimalist backdrop. And nah, they’re not singing the blues — they’re speaking the real. So we suggest you stop what you’re doing and hit the jump to celebrate with this newly minted fantastic four.Andrew Barber 0