Chicago’s Vic Mensa continues his momentum following this year’s debut release The Autobiography. For his latest, he delivers a rather trippy visual for “Rollin’ Like A Stoner,” which sees him (initially) on a motorcycle and in a drop top before he seemingly falls to his death in Warner Grand Theatre. A child version of himself (complete with ‘Southside’ neck tat) also gets tucked into bed by an old White woman (complete with ‘Southside’ neck tat). The dark, brooding scenes match the reckless nature of his slightly Pop-esque, melodic cut.
Enjoy “Rollin’ Like A Stoner” above and pick up The Autobiography here.
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