Vic Mensa and Valee Take Over Chicago’s Chinatown for “Dim Sum” Video
Since signing with G.O.O.D. Music, Valee has seen his stock rise. Now, the Chicago rapper gets tapped by fellow Windy City artist Vic Mensa for the rapper's "Dim Sum" video.
Directed by Azae Productions, the "Dim Sum" video find Mensa and Valee in the Chinatown section of Chicago as they sport their East Asian-inspired outfits. The neon-lit visuals also feature cameos from Smoko Ono and Ugly Eddie and Chance The Rapper even makes an appearance during a scene in a gift shop.
In related Vino news, on Friday (March 16), The Autobiography rapper launched his new SaveMoneySaveLife foundation with a dinner and concert at Lincoln Hall in Chicago, which included a performance from Jamila Woods. Proceeds from the event went toward three programs Mensa curated that focus on marginalized communities in Chi-town.
"Launching my foundation @savemoneysavelife in Chicago today. Grateful for @att sponsorship. #believechicago #yourthing," Mensa tweeted over the weekend.
As for Valee, the artist recently dropped his first G.O.O.D. Music project, GOOD Job, You Found Me. The six-track EP includes a feature from Pusha T on "Miami" and a few previously released tracks like "I Got Whatever" and "Shell." The project features production from Rio Mac, ChaseTheMoney, TayCreations and Valee himself.
Check out the "Dim Sum" video below.
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