Midwest Goodfellas Tony E$CO, Vic Spencer, and Treated Crew’s Gzus Piece link up over a Doc Da Mindbenda production on “”Fuggetaboutit.
As a long fan and appreciator of Naledge as a lyrical emcee from Chicago, (he and Double-0 were our first interview in the Chicago scene actually in 2008) I’m glad to see and hear some new music from him — his first mixtape since early 2014.
Longtime collaborators Omen and Vic Spencer make appearances on the 10-track opus, Naledge is Power. Listen/download below for some
We’ve been experiencing some pretty rough weather in the city of Chicago but GrindHouse beatsmith iLLeeT is here to change that. Today the Chicago producer is giving us some heat to help brighten your day as he presents his debut beat tape with forecasts in the “High 70s”. Make sure you kick back and vibe out to these wavy instrumentations that feature assists from Vic Spencer and GrindHouse brethren Doc Da Mindbenda.
Chicago spitter Vic Spencer is out to make lyrical gems and that is exactly what he delivers in his latest 15-track masterpiece “The Cost Of Victory”. After an onslaught of singles, visuals, and twitter rap battle with Lupe Fiasco, we continue to get more reasons behind why Vic is one of Chicago’s most proficient lyricists. The projects features include Sean Price, Illa Ghee, and tag-team parter Sulaiman. Vic Spencer has won this war but the battle rages on as he continues to showcase results in this ‘Cost of VICtory”.
Vic Spencer’s just curving weak emcees to the side on his latest release as he goes in on a 9th Wonder production as he proceeds on “Trimming The Fat”.
Treated Crew beatsmith Doc Da Mindbenda has had a tremendous 2014 that comes to a conclusion with his recent released project “The Prescription Vol.1”, a project that captures some of Doc’s best tracks of the year and also includes some additional never before heard records. The project includes his work with Dally Auston, Sulaiman, Vic Spencer, Sean Price, Neon Pajamas, Mic Terror, YP, Keenan Coke, Monster Mike, as well as some GrindHouse remixes of some of his favorite records of this year.
There’s no playing games when Vic Spencer’s on the mic and he shows just that in his GTA inspired bars “Bipolar Supremacy”.