Vic Mensa’s new Ghanaian-inspired single, “Metaphysical” is here

1 August 2018
Vic Mensa is metaphysically in love and his latest release is evidence of it. The release in question is a song called, "Metaphysical" and it has its roots in Africa and its heart in the hands of a girl.
 
"This is a song about desire. Admiration. Respect. Uncertainty. Surrender," Mensa said in a statement. "Musically it's African, tribal. My father is Ghanaian so I've wanted to take it there for a long time. I got Stefan Ponce who did "Down On My Luck" for me and Papi Beatz and just spoke my truth into song."
 
With the winter weather almost behind us, it's not a bad idea to start catching the love bug, and "Metaphyiscal" has its mission squarely dedicated to helping with this. Stream the track via Apple Music below.

Rifumo Mdaka is a Johannesburg-based music writer who champions South African queer artists. When I'm bored, I watch iPhone keynotes and commercials. Read my website FDBQ Music and follow me on Twitter, @rifvmo

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