'To hear him tell complete untruths in this situation was definitely frustrating,' Mensa said of West's recent controversial comments.
Vic Mensa crept back onto the music scene earlier this month with the release of Marshmello's "Reverse" featuring the Chicago rapper and G-Eazy. In a new interview with Beats 1 radio personality Ebro Darden, Vic Mensa teased that he has some new music on the horizon, including several cuts with his "brother" Chance the Rapper and Valee.
Speaking on his history with Chance, Vic Mensa reminisced about how their pre-fame days made them closer. "That's my brother through and through," Mensa said. "There was times when me and Chano ain't have bus fare and the Milwaukee Ave. bus ain't running, so we sleeping sideways in somebody's abandoned car. I've been through a lot of shit with Chance and brothers fight [but] that's been over with for some time now."
Darden then pressed Mensa about whether he and Chance will collaborate in the future, to which Mensa responded, "One hundred percent. We been in the studio plenty of times. We got a couple of really dope records; actually, there was a record that me, Chance, and Valee did at one of my cribs in Chicago. That's my bro, we be linking all the time."