Rhymes & Reasons presents Vic Spencer.
A Chicago MC and self-described “poster dad,” Vic Spencer is the consummate hip-hop head. As a kid growing up in a group home, he once spliced two halves of one song together from separate tape recordings off the radio to make a single, continuous version for himself.
Vic spoke to R&R about the song, “Bloodshed & War,” by Da Youngstas ft. Mobb Deep, as well as “Tonight’s da Night” from Redman and Kane & Abel’s “Black Jesus.”
Check out the interview below:
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Rhymes & Reasons talks to hip-hop heads the globe over about their lives through the lens of songs that matter to them. Conscious, gangster, underground, commercial, Midwest, Dirty South, and everything in between — everybody’s got a little story to tell. These in-depth interviews explore what the person finds meaningful in the music and how the music impacted their life, particularly the social issues that play a role in influencing who the person has become. Interviewing people from all walks of life, Rhymes & Reasons hopes to highlight the beauty in hip-hop as we come to understand the shared nature of our stories.
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