Vic Mensa

Vic Mensa and his nonprofit Let Them Drink Water are heading efforts to bring drinking water to over 200,000 people in Ghana.

Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa are continuing to push the culture. They have announced the launch of the Black Star Line Festival in Ghana. 

Vic Mensa put plenty of smiles on the faces of Chicago residents in his Southside neighborhood, filling up 200 cars with gas.

Chance The Rapper and Vic Mensa recently announced the Black Star Line Festival to take place in 2023 in Accra, Ghana.

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Vic has yet to release a public statement about his current situation. Good luck, homie.

Vic Mensa is in legal trouble for what many will be considered a suspect reason. The Chicago rapper was arrested for possession of brass knuckles, which is a felony.

After the recent death of 21-year old rapper Juice WRLD, Juicy J has joined the many fans and artists alike that are confronting themselves for the role they play in the glorification of overt drug use.

Vic Mensa has often used his platform to speak his mind on a variety of issues, and he’s done so once again this week. Mensa put some of the blame on Hip-Hop’s tendency to promote the hard drugs and fast living lifestyle for the death of Juice WRLD.

Name: Vic Mensa Occupation: Rapper/Activist Location: Chicago How We Know Him: Signed to JAY-Z’s Roc Nation, the 26-year-old proudly reps his hometown musically and culturally. Why We Chose Him: Never one to mince his words, Vic is never afraid to bring attention to the socio-economic issues plaguing Chicago, and the nation, while also doing something […]

JAY-Z has been catching heat following the announcement of his partnership with the NFL. Many were quick to try and cancel Hova without letting things pan out. Slowly but surely, we are learning what Roc Nation’s involvement with the NFL’s Inspire Change initiative will bring starting with Chicago’s youth.

The most hated man in Hip-Hop is over the threats on his well being. DJ Akademiks is now saying that rappers talking greasy about him need more people.

Akademiks is in his feelings—again. The Everyday Struggle host and avid Twitch user recently took issue with Hot 97 giving one of his biggest critics a voice.