Chicago based MC Vi (pronounced Vai) comes with a swagger and poignancy many new artists lack. In an attempt to shake up the way hip-hop is lead, Vi will release his debut album set for a Spring 2007 release, REGIME CHANGE. Following in footsteps might not be what Vi sets out to do, but leading the way is a fellow artist from the Windy City. Atlantic Records soon-to-be goldmine Lupe Fiasco‘s debut album, Food and Liqour, drops in September, less than a year later the revolution will be teleVIsed.
Written by DJ Z on 07/17/06
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