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Vic Spencer – Bahs & Scahs

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Produced by Doc Da Mindbenda

More new V-I-C. Bahs, Scahs and life. Those are the topics up for discussion here on his latest offering. Check out his rather lengthy description of the track below.

Vic Spencer can’t be stopped. 6 days ago the Old Fart released Non-Factors and now he’s back with Bahs & Scahs, a record that displays Vic Spencer wearing his heart on his sleeve emotionally. The term Bahs & Scahs came from Vic’s friend of 15 years, Fred “Free” Long, who grew up with Vic while both was in a group home’s Independent Living Program. This record is slumped with so much emotion, its damn near hard to cry upon listening.

“I been through a lot in my life and people are not aware of it so I decided to show most of my pain through music”, Vic explains. “I enjoy telling my story because its a real success and I hope this record bring people all across the globe close to me musically”.

Bahs & Scahs came from Kenneth Whalum & Big K.R.I.T’s Going Away and was revisited by the Loop God Doc da Mindbenda at GrindHouse Studios in Chicago. This record is Vic Spencer at his finest, using wordplay and deep dark voice to the max. The way Spencer say things can hit you hard at heart and to think that his music is going through “vertical integration”, it’s only going to get better business-wise. I’ve never heard Vic Spencer put words together and the rhyme pattern is very different on this record. Give this one a few spins and catch the wordplay. My personal favorite is “I feel like Im getting better/My lady’s face is World Peace, I knew that when I Metta/Told myself I rather be real instead of pretend/Best in Chicago, let the hating begin”.


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