A member of the Kids These Days crew gone solo, Chicago rapper Vic Mensa made his solo debut in 2013 on Chance the Rapper's high-profile mixtape Acid Rap. Born Victor Mensah, the rapper issued some solo product while a member of Kids These Days, including the Straight Up EP in 2010, but it wasn't until their breakup in 2013 that he considered making a career out of going it alone. He didn't squander any time either, as he appeared on Chance's Acid Rap that same year along with issuing his own mixtape, Innanetape, a mixing of the words "Internet" and "mixtape." Like Chance's before, Mensa's mixtape was both a critical and download-counting success, so much so that the independent rapper joined major-label artists J. Cole and Wale on their What Dreams May Come tour in 2014. ~ David Jeffries, Rovi