Vic Mensa Go Ham In New Funk Flex Freestyle (VIDEO)
Vic Mensa gets the HEAT this 5-minute free-form on Funk Flex.
New off his execution at this current end of the week’s Made In America Festival in Philly, Roc Nation craftsman Vic Mensa chose to advance by the Hot 97 studio recently in NYC and favor the audience members on-air to a Funk Flex free-form which he straight bodies.
Asserting that he’s been waiting on his chance to spit a Funkmaster Flex free-form, Vic went ahead to convey a noteworthy, 5-minute melodious surge. Going in finished the Swizz Beatz instrumental for N.O.R.E’s. exemplary group cut “Prohibited from TV,” the Chicago rapper kicked things off by rapping about the counsel he’s got from his Roc Nation manager JAY-Z.
“Hov let me know, ‘Vic, keep a foot on they neck’/We in Barclays, balling like the Brooklyn Nets,” he raps. “I ought to have my own Mitchell and Ness/You’re remissive, I’m disease in organize 4, I’m more or less wiped out.”
Vic later went ahead to reference the place where he grew up companion Chance the Rapper, rapping “got a firearm case for the Smith and Wesson, I’m so vicious/post safeguard like Chance, that is no issue/right hand presidential like Joe Biden/cut your young lady an eyeliner like the old Rodman.”
What’s more, if that wasn’t sufficient, Mensa additionally makes it a bring up yell out Tupac Shakur, who Flex has made disputable remarks about previously. “I know Flex don’t generally shake with ‘Pac,” he raps. “However, despite everything i’m shouting Makavelli ’till the casket drops.”
With substantially more where that originated from, watch Vic spazz out hard on the mic in this 5-minute free-form. His introduction collection, The Autobiography, is accessible now on iTunes. Read our survey of it appropriate here on the off chance that you missed it.