Brash and confrontational, the song serves as a reminder that Mensa’s no rookie. He served as the frontman of the since-disbanded Kids These Days long before most of the Windy City artists we now hold in high regard gained national attention. Listen to his single, the Mike Dean and Smoko Ono-produced follow-up to the Kanye-featuring “U Mad,” below.
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