Chance the Rapper & Vic Mensa Reunite in Kami's Lo-Fi "Payload" Visuals

Savemoney briefly reunite.

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Chicago’s notorious Savemoney crew reunites in Kami‘s new video for his “Payload” single, which features the Windy City’s Chance the Rapper and Vic Mensa. The grainy low-fi footage begins with Kami preforming the single live on stage before the visuals transition to see Chance and Vic alongside him getting hype to the track’s swing. The visuals only accentuate the energetic track, as the camera bounces and uses quick transition cuts between each member, adding a level of atmosphere to the choppy, lo-fi production.

Last year saw the release of The Autobiography from Mensa, while Chance used the time to give back to the comminity and execute a series of performances, solidifying his presence in the mainstream.

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