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We forewarned you to keep an eye out for up and comer Vic Mensa some time ago. Yesterday, the young Chicago native, and former frontman of Kids These Days, debuted “YNSP” from his forthcoming project INNANETAPE.

Following a trailer for the track, Mensa drops a full offering that displays his growth as an MC. The title is an acronym for “Yung Net Save Peso,” which he chants throughout a catchy chorus. British songstress Eliza Doolittle assists with some vocals as well.

DJ Dahi, producer of Kendrick Lamar’s “Money Trees” and more recently Drake’s “Worst Behaviour,” can add another notch to his belt with this one, too.

Again, “YNSP” will appear on Vic Mensa’s INNANETAPE alongside songs like “Hollywood LA” and “Orange Soda.” Guests will include fellow Windy City MC Rockie Fresh, and perhaps his Save Money brethren Chance The Rapper. It releases September 30.

Hear “YNSP” below.

Photo: Save Money