Hot off receiving the aux cord pass from Kanye West last week, Vic Mensa comes through on Friday (Feb. 19) with a new song and video that should soundtrack even the most out there weekend escapades. "No Chill" finds Mensa and EDM wunderkind Skrillex stumbling through the streets of Tokyo's vibrant underground in search of the ultimate cultural experience. Like a tripped out, face mask-wearing journey into an east asian kaleidoscope, Mensa and Skrillex exhibit their lack of chill masterfully, partying the night away with help from a few locals.

Directed by Colin Tilley, the video showcases some of Tokyo's iconic locations such as Rockaholic Music Bar, 354 Club, Shibuya Street, Robot Restaurant, Alcatraz E.R., Blendy Park at Ajinomoto Stadium, Okachimachi, Shinano-cho Tunnel, Trump Room, Izumi Garden and more. The track was produced by Skrillex and Jahlil Beats and is available for download now courtesy of iTunes (single cover art included below).

Despite playing a new single titled "Danger" at Kanye's Yeezy Season 3 unveiling last week, fans were dismayed to find that Vic was cut from The Life of Pablo's "Wolves" when the album was eventually made available. Kanye said he intended on fixing the song, and lo and behold, a version of the track featuring both Mensa and Sia popped up a few days later. The three originally performed the song during a Saturday Night Live broadcast in February of 2015.

Watch the video for "No Chill" above.


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