Hooligans - Vic Mensa

July 31, 2019 - 19 views

Vic Mensa is a diligent musician who just released an EP (Extended Play) that's called "Hooligans." The album came out in the middle of December in 2018. It's a Capitol Records and Roc Nation release that's a pleasing blend of rap and hip-hop approaches. "Dark Things" is the name of one of the release's big tracks. It also happens to be a single. It even has a music video clip for listeners to relish.

Mensa isn't the sole artist who reveals his talents on Hooligans. Other performers who make appearances on the release are G-Eazy, Jesse Rutherford, G Herbo, Charlie Wilson, Mr Hudson and T Dollar Sign. Fans of G-Eazy get the chance to hear him on action on "Reverse," a single track. Rutherford is a member of the Neighbourhood, an acclaimed rock band that hails from Newbury Park in California. He's its lead vocalist at the moment.

Mensa had a lot to say about the title of the album. He revealed that he called himself a "Hyde Park Hooligan" as a youngster. He wanted to establish an EP that epitomized the feelings that were part of that momentous time period for him. He simultaneously wanted to epitomize the emotions that are occurring in his existence currently.

This hard-working and prolific artist initially made a splash on the music scene back in 2017. He put out a full-length album that was known simply as "The Autobiography." He has racked up a vast number of fans everywhere since then as well.


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