Vic Mensa Premieres New Song “Reverse” featuring G-Eazy, Marshmello
- American rapper Vic Mensa teamed up with Bay-Area rapper G-Eazy and American DJ Marshmello for a new song “Reverse”.
It was written by Vic Mensa, G-Eazy and Marshmello.
The song follows up his debut album "The Autobiography" the released in July 2017.
The debu album featured guest appearances from Weezer, Syd, The-Dream, Chief Keef, Joey Purp, Pharrell Williams, Saul Williams and Ty Dolla $ign, and debuted at number 27 on the US Billboard 200.
He recently launched a short North American tour, with dates scheduled through July 14th at the Sloss Festival in Birmingham, Alabama.
Learn more about the tour dates, click here.
- Back in May, he was an interview with High Times, where he talked about relationship to drugs and alcohol with the song.
"I think that I kind of phase in and out. I really was writing that song about a point in time in my life, for the most part. I was fucking with a lot of drugs. I went sober and then I’d do hard drugs some time ago. But I still bounce back sometimes. It’s always something that I lean on—whether it’s weed or tobacco or alcohol or anything like that, so I took some pills and, you know, some harder drugs. I find that, very often, I could associate heavily with some type of external substance, but I’m working on that."
- source : Rolling Stone