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Vic Mensa Is Inside of the Internet in ‘YNSP’ Video

Chicago rapper gets trippy for Eliza Doolittle-featuring 'Innanetape' standout

picture-18276-1372868632By: Chris Martins // November 7, 2013

Chicago rhymer Vic Mensa gives us another reason to celebrate his still-fresh mixtape, Innanetape, with the video for “YNSP,” the Eliza Doolittle-featuring song first heard back in September. For the uninitiated, the SAVEMONEY crew member has a thing for the World Wide Web — the new set’s title is a slurred portmanteau of “Internet” and “mixtape,” and the song is an acronym for “Yung Netscape, Save Peso.” The Nem Perez-created clip finds Mensa rapping amidst 3-D wormholes, iridescent static, and glitchy color bars. Also: YouTube windows within YouTube windows (vidception?), and flying cans of “Orange Soda.” For more videos from Innanetape, check out the sunny clips for “Hollywood LA” and “Lovely Day.”