Vic Mensa and G-Eazy are cut from the same unstable cloth.

Vic Mensa has been a proud advocate for many different political issues such as mental health, oppression and gun violence. However, today, he leaves all that behind to get all braggadocios for us. Is this the best sound for him? Probably not, but hey, his impressions of Migos and auto-tune usage throughout makes it not feel as bad.

Lately, G-Eazy has been putting up underwhelming verses, but this time around, he gives us something that is witty, full of wordplay and fits the track perfectly. I guess Young Gerald understood the importance of coming hard on the track, because Vic is more than capable of slaying.

Club hit or nah?