While it's only been a year since Vic Mensa dropped his debut studio album The Autobiography, he told Peter Rosenberg this week on Open Late that he's not only got his new single "Reverse" with Marshmello and G-Eazy, but he's been in the studio putting in WORK.
"This is off a new collection of music," Mensa says. "I got a studio in the crib right now in L.A., and I've just been locked in, really just honing in on the message. It's been a little while since I've released music, but music to me is such a real representation of who I am and where I'm at, that I [...] to really mean everything I want to say."
Then Vic drops the ultimate confirmation: "There's going to be a decent amount of it coming out this summer."
The question is when whatever this "decent" amount of music will be coming out.
This also isn't the only thing Vic and Peter got into; they spoke on Killer Mike's NRA video, his essay on his trip to Palestine, the NFL's national anthem edict, and much, much more. Check out the full episode via YouTube.com/Complex, and be sure to catch new episodes of Open Late With Peter Rosenberg, Thursday nights at 10 p.m. ET.