Tag: Vic Spencer
A Brainiac reunion of sorts? I believe so. Yes, Fooch and Vic Spencer are back at it. The track is “Dark Purple,” and you won’t want to skip this. True, true.
Rapper/Producer duo Strangers Of Necessity are back with another dope collab, this time joining forces with one of Chicago’s most promising artist, Vic Spencer. Dark Purple finds Fooch and Vic verbally attacking major labels, watered down rappers and naysayers over some gritty hard hitting production from CoryAyo
The time is now and the place is here. The Cost Of Victory is upon us. Vic Spencer’s long-awaited and often touted album is here. Vic is one of the most unique minds and voices in the local scene, and it’s now time for the rest of the world to take note.
His patented slick shit-talking is all over the project, not to mention his off-kilter rap style and lyrical wizardry. The beats compliment Sir Spencer’s style perfectly. It is 15 tracks deep, and DC, Doc Da Mindbenda, Fortified Sounds, Illeet show up to produce. On the features tip, Sean Price, Primeridian and Black Spade jump down.
The Cost of Victory? Priceless. So get it while the getting is good. It’s now available below.
Directed by Aaron Perkins Jr.
You know how yesterday I told you that Vic Spencer was done releasing stuff until his album drops tomorrow (1/29). Well, I lied to you. Sorry about that. Hopefully you can forgive me, as Vic has had yet another rap “Relapse,” with his latest video you see above.
The Cost of Victory drops tomorrow afternoon, but until then, go back down that dark alley with his gritty new video you see above. You can also check out the official, painted artwork for the album below. Realism at its finest!
Check back tomorrow for V-I-C’s latest.
Produced by Na$im Williams
This is Vic Spencer with a feature from, well um, well, it’s featuring Vic Spencer. Yes, V.I. vs. V.I.C. Yeah, so you can tell from the title that this one is going to be some creativity on wax courtesy of Mr. Spencer.
They will never ever take his crown. Word to Sizzla.
The Cost of Victory drops on Friday. This is your final warning.
Produced by Vi$u
Oh boy. Three of the Chi’s finest in the language arts category collide for “Holy Grail.” What’s dope about this joint, is that all three emcees are NICE in their own right, but all have very distinct and exotic stylings. One doesn’t sound like the other and never have.
I for one miss the originality in raps. There’s not many doing distinct and unique shit nowadays, so it’s always refreshing to hear new styles and new flows, and these three bring that here — and over one of my favorite samples to boot. You’ll say Holy Moly.