Tag: Vic Spencer
Fresh off making some major moves in the Big Apple (Vic and his camp are tight-lipped about what exactly at the moment), Vic returns to the Chi refreshed, reinvigorated and bearing gifts. Since today is Good Friday, Pastor Spencer blesses us with his “Daily Bread.” It’s food for thought, dog, get a plate. Peep the V-I-C sermon below over this Jeru classic, and pay attention to the lecture at hand.
Stay tuned for some big things from Vic coming shortly.
Are you a fan? Or a F.A.N.? Well, Vic Spencer dedicates this one to all of the F.A.N. boys out there. What does it stand for? Well, you’ll have to listen to the lyrical lexicon himself, Vic Spencer, to crack that code. I’m Sway with the answers on this one.
+1 on that cover art, however.
The Rapping Bastard is at again. Vic Spence combines Devin The Dude’s “Don’t Stop”, Diddy’s “Hold Up” and Laws’ “Love Today” to craft the backdrop for “Boxing Grizzly Bears”. This joint is the latest drop from Vic and yet another display of his lyrical ability. And now a few words from the man himself:
Art is the shit, man. It gets people wondering. It get the guys that have ‘panties in a bunch’ aroused. If you don’t get people to observe your art, they may not look long enough. And Boxing Grizzly Bears is exposing that.
Press play and box a few Grizzlies with Vic below. Look for Vic’s Vision Pipes with emcee/producer Rocket to impact later this year.
Directed by APJ Films. Produced by Fortified Sounds.
The Rapping Bastard and MC Tree trade bars on “Profound”, which you can check out the newly released video for above. This just a taste of what’s to come from Vic, who’s actually the newest recruit of Sean Price’s Ruck Down camp.
Keep an ear out for Vic’s Vision Pipes EP with TDE and Chicago’s own Johnny Rocket, due out next month.
Produced by Dee Illy
The GrindHouse Connect Gang gangs up for some lyrical acrobats on “KDV.” Keenan, Doc, Vic. Get it? Listen closely to the new joint below.
F*ck a blog, dog. Cause one day you’re gonna meet. I thought V-I was gonna be airing out bloggers and blog-writers here, but he’s really just on his super lyrical miracle shit. Bloggers should still beware, though. We’re staying #woke around here.
This beat is fuego, btw. Don’t know who did it, but they snapped. Give it a spin below.
The Brainiac boss reconnects with one of his earliest Brainiac soldiers, Vic Spencer. And do remember, Naledge’s early A&R skills definitely raised awareness of now-revered Chicago emcees such as Vic Spencer, Vic Mensa, Highlife and Bighomie DOE. Glad these guys still find time to work with one another. The Brainiac Crew was strong asl (as the kids say). #neverforget.
Naledge’s Brain Power 2 will now drop on January 27th.
Directed by Vision Bound Productions and A-Villa.
Producer A-Villa has two new albums planned for this year and today, he gives us a small taste of what to expect. “Church Movie” is the latest offering from Villa’s Carry On Tradition LP and features none other than the Rapping Bastard himself, Vic Spencer.
Carry On Tradition and A-Villa’s other LP, Villafied, are scheduled to impact later this year. Until then, press play and take a visit to sunday school with Vic and Villa. Props to The Source.
Produced by Doc Da Mindbenda
The art of language. It can get you places, and it can stop you from going places. I advise everyone to choose their words carefully, but sometimes you gotta speak your mind. Here Vic talks a lot about talking on his new joint titled “Talk.” He’s talking whether you like it or not.
He decided to bless his fans with this one in honor of his new project, The Rapping Bastard, hitting 6,000 downloads. Also, you can catch Vic Spencer x Mass Hysteria x MC Tree x Roc Marciano at The Cobra Lounge 12/28 as well. You’ve been warned.