Vic Mensa and Chance the Rapper collaborate to play out an acoustic variant of “Asylum.”
For the individuals who haven’t been giving close consideration to Chance the Rapper in the course of recent months, the free Chicago craftsman known for exemplary mixtapes like Acid Rap and Coloring Book has been amazingly centered around siphoning out House of Kicks content, which has incorporated the sensational visuals for his YouTube loosie “The Heart and The Tongue,” the comedic sketch satire video “1-800-STUNT,” and a virtual exhibition in honor the nine-year commemoration of his original mixtape 10 Day.
Lately, Chance and his long-lasting colleague Vic Mensa have likewise been spotted together more as often as possible, as the I TAPE rapper acted in the “1-800-STUNT” video and furthermore worked with Chance on his February single “Haven.”
Presently, months after the arrival of the Chance the Rapper and Wyclef Jean-helped single and almost a month since dropping the I TAPE, Vic Mensa and Chance the Rapper have collaborated to deliver an acoustic variant of the sincere cut. The tune is as of now accessible on every web-based feature, and to go with the stripped-down form of the single, the Chicago rappers have likewise shared a sincerely serious video that grandstands the new acoustic version.