Vic Spencer

Chicago

Highlife and Vic Spencer get busy “Livin”

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Produced by Thelonious Martin

HighLife is back — that’s evident. He’s been smacking us over the head with new music over the past three weeks, and today he’s back with something fresh for the people. This one features longtime homie Vic Spencer and a luscious backdrop courtesy of Thelo Martin. This track is actually an unreleased gem that has just found the light of day today. Better late than never, no? Get busy “Livin” below.

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Stream Vic Spencer’s new album ‘St. Gregory’

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We’ve been warning you for some time, but Vic Spencer’s new album is finally here. And yes, it’s as good as advertised. We’ve been posting Vic’s music for close to a decade now, and it appears that his profile rises with the release of every new project, so expect this one to do the same. The content, the cover art — everything is well-time and carefully crafted, and another big win for Mr. Spencer.

The project is named after Vic’s former high school, and the Greyhound mascot dons the cover. This might be a walk down memory lane, but trust there’s nothing juvenile about this. With the exception of Vic’s bars being the equivalent of a bully shoving you into a locker in a crowded hallway.

Guilty Simpson, Freddie Old Soul, D Brash, and the legendary E.C. Illa all show up to aid and assist the big shot from St. Gregory. The artwork says it all SPLAT! So get down or lay down.

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Vic Spencer is Dead in his new video, and announces release date for ‘St. Gregory’

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Produced by Denmark Vessey. Directed by Holiday Kirk.

With the illustrious Holiday Kirk behind the lens (and with the quick cameo!), V-I drops his great new video for “Vic Spencer Is Dead.” It’s a whodunit of epic proportions. But what does he mean exactly? There’s a deeper meaning here, hopefully one you can pick up on. Long live Vic Spencer!

The video is the perfect way to set off your Halloween. It’s got enough creepy vibes to make you feel a bit uneasy throughout the day, yet Vic’s verbals can help you keep your cool. Trick or treat, boy.

I have even more good news for you: Vic’s long-awaited St. Gregory album is due out next week. 11/11 to be exact. Veterans Day. Why this date? Well, as Vic tells me: “Time to go to war Drew!” So get your hard hats and hand grenades and get ready for the battle of the century. It goes down next week right here on FSD.

Today, though, enjoy your Halloween with “Vic Spencer is Dead.” RIP. But not really.

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