Taken from his upcoming 'Streelights' EP.
- Geek & Sci-Fi
Something old, something new.
Two new videos from the former Kids These Days members
Ten years later, Chicago rappers speak on the impact and influence of Kanye's debut album.
Two of Chicago's current finest together on new track.
Chicago rapper and New Jersey producer put together a multi-media project for HP Computers,
Lord Flacko takes a more serious tone for his latest from <em>Long.Live.A$AP.</em>
<a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/tag/vic-mensa">Vic Mensa</a> shall from this point forward be known as "Young Netscape."
We posted the full tape Tuesday but I wanted to quickly revisit Audio Push's Come As You Are, specifically "Do It All.
Two for one Vic is the reasoning for this entry.
Connor Evans debuts another track from his The Road To Coachella with the song "Ridin' On A Storm," featuring Vic Mensa ("INNANET.
After dropping <a href="http://smokingsection.uproxx.com/TSS/2013/05/vic-mensa-did-it-b4-video">"DID IT B4"</a> a little over two weeks ago, Vic Mensa decided it was time to give the world another dose of his upcoming INNATAPE with the Verluxe-directed video for "Orange Soda.
The irony behind Alex Wiley's exquisite performance on "Jerseys & Loafers" is that if you watch the accompanying five minute documentary from his Closed Sessions label, you'll hear him say the beat isn't his comfort zone.
adidas Originals delivers their latest commercial, calling on the likes of Stripes posterboy Derrick Rose, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj, current purveyor of cool Jeremy Scott and, more importantly, Kids These Days.