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The Kumerican movement is gradually gaining ground as American rapper Vic Mensa jumped on the viral “Sore” song.
The song which is a collaboration between Kumerican artistes Yaw Tog, O’Kenneth, City Boy, Reggie and Jay Bahd since its release on Friday, September 18, 2020 has trended all over social media.
The “Sore” song which has been on the trending list on Twitter received great acclaim among music fans.
Some tweeps have referred to it as the best Kumerican Drill music dubbed Asakaa released since the whole Kumerican vibe set off.
In a new development, the song seems to be destined for global success as American rapper from Chicago with Ghanaian descent, Vic Mensa, in a new video jumped on the song.
The rapper who is currently on Jay Z’s Roc Nation label has already recorded a verse to the song as it played in the background in a new video he posted on social media.
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The “Sore” song now has over 80K views on YouTube four days since its release and is set to go higher in the coming days.
However, Vic Mensa, originally called Victor Kwesi Mensah, was born to a Ghanaian father and an American mother and was raised in Chicago, Illinois.
A major feat for Victor was when he opened for Legendary rapper Jay Z at each of the latter’s 4:44 album tour venues back in 2017.