Vic Mensa Gives A Powerful Performance Of “We Could Be Free” On ‘The Late Show With Stephen Colbert’

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Vic Mensa is one of the few millenial MCs who consistently speaks out about injustices in America. Last night, the Chicago rapper used his platform to give a powerful performance of his sobering track, “We Could Free” on ‘The Late Show with Stephen Colbert.’

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“We Could Be Free” is just one of the handful of compelling songs from Mensa’s album, The Autobiography. But the track’s potency was highlighted by the back-up singers, violinists and pianists wearing robes branded with “Sexual Abuse,” “Mass Incarceration,” and “Domestic Violence.”

In related Vic Mensa news, the rapper is currently on JAY Z’s ‘4:44′ tour.

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Watch the clip above.