Vic Mensa delivers class-act performance of 'We Could Be Free' on 'Colbert'

22 November 2017
To support his new album, The Autobiography, Vic Mensa took to the The Late Show With Stephen Colbert Monday for a class-act performance of We Could Be Free.
 
The performance read like a sign of the times with Mensa flanked by a string quartet and choir sporting all-black outfits emblazoned with societal ills which have become the norm in America: police brutality, sexual violence, poverty, among others.
 
The Autobiography arrived in July after much anticipation for Mensa's debut album following two EPs and a mixtape.
 
Mensa has been honing his live performance skills of late by opening for Jay Z on his 4:44 Tour. Watch his We Could Be Free performance below.
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