After vibing with his brother-in-arms G.Huff and the venerable Pete Rock on “Bills,” Lorain, Ohio emcee Vice Souletric throws it back to the good old days of the 90s, for those of us who are feeling a bit nostalgic, and for the rest of us still stuck in the 90s.
“90’s Sumthin,” which can be heard on Vice’s Vice For President 2 evokes the production of greats like DJ Premier and the aforementioned Pete Rock, bringing with it a strong sense of positivity that will make you want to break out the grill and start an impromptu backyard BBQ.
On the new song, Vice says, “The 90s will always be the Golden Era of Hip Hop for several reasons. I wanted to recreate a 90s style video by incorporating the barbecue scene a la, “Nuthin’ But a G Thang” and “Summertime. I really think people still want to hear this kind of music, and it fills a void that is found in today’s music.”
Check out the video, directed by Ced Lynch, up top, showing off “Vice’s stomping grounds of Lorain and Cleveland, Ohio.”