Anything worth having demands hard work and sacrifice. Just ask Atlanta’s newest superstar-in-the-making V.I.C. as he readies for his debut album, due in Spring 2008.
Having cleverly crafted his style over the years, V.I.C.’s perfect musical medium is a hybrid between witty battle rhymes and energetic southern party music. For instance, the infectious party-jam "Wobble Wobble" produced by Mr. Collipark and The Package Store production team. Over a polyrhythmic drum track and festive horn section, V.I.C. mannishly spits: "I’m so explicit/ but I can’t help it/ My flow is ridiculous/ The boy got a gift/ like it’s gotta be Christmas."
V.I.C. sits up high on 24-inch chrome wheels with Louisiana bad boy Hurricane Chris as the two microphone titans shine atop deep southern kick drums and shimmering bells on the bouncy "Ridin." "It’s still punch lines, but now it’s more universal. I see the bigger picture. I want everybody to understand me," he says. "My style is southern because I was raised here, but I’m snapping. You can tell when you hear me rap that I have a northern influence."
Whether it’s danceable party jams to keep the crowd hype or introspective, poetic parables, V.I.C. offers it all. "I’m a good, all-around rapper," he boasts. "I make good music."
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