Vic Spencer stays working. So much so, that he releases things at such a frequent pace, we unfortunately miss things in the daily rush of music.
For example, we covered his and Tree’s Nothing IS Something project last year, but we missed out on his Bah Wounds album. Looking to stay on top of things moving forward, we’re right on time with the release of the Chicago rapper’s latest album, Psychological Cheat Sheet.
Locked in at 14, feature-free tracks, produced entirely by August Fanon, the album is being considered as Vic’s most “nuttiest” project to date.
“This weekend has been nothing but love,” Vic said on IG. “Psychological Cheat Sheet getting a lot of love. I thank y’all for listening and giving me your thoughts about it. One person noticed that I don’t talk about money on this album, that’s a great listener. Seems like I’ve been getting better at being a visual for my fans across the globe as well. It’s people that believe that this album is up there as some of my greatest work. As long as I’m making work that make you think, smile, cry, laugh or even punch someone, I feel like I’ve done justice. Love to y’all.”
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