Five albums in, and nearly a decade older than the rappers he’s associated with, Vic Spencer is fully aware of his stature. He, like anyone, could always be more popular or respected. He’s also better than he gets credit for now. Vic’s neither drill nor Kanye disciple, and not fitting into either category is as artistically freeing as it is commercially limiting coming from Chicago.
|1||Carrot Juice (feat. Sulaiman)||
|3||The Last Indian||
|6||Hennessy & Ginger (feat. D. Brash)||
|7||Play on youtube||Deadstock||
|9||Suede Peach Couch||
|10||Daily Bread, Pt. 3||
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