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Vic Mensa And G-Eazy Create Post Apocalyptic Car Race For Reverse Video

Tuesday, 07 August 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Vic Mensa has released a video for his latest single, Reverse, which finds the rapper squaring off against G-Eazy in a post-apocalyptic race.

The track, produced by Marshmello and built around a somnambulistic piano line, was released back in June, serving as the rapper's first new music since his 2017 debut album, 'The Autobiography'. The clip, meanwhile, was directed by Bobby Hanaford and premiered on MTV's Times Square billboard.

G-Eazy appears throughout the video alongside a crew of Mad Max-style outcasts, trash-talking each other while preparing spray-painted cars for the race. 

Other 2018 singles from Mensa include Metaphysical and 10K Problem, while he also guested on Nile Rodgers and Chic’s Till the World Falls and Tom Morello’s We Don’t Need You.





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