Vic Mensa talks music and Ghana as L’Officiel Australia’s latest cover star

Vic Mensa is loud and about with his craft lately and we are here for it. When he isn’t busy opening Chicago’s first Black-owned weed brand, Cannabis Adventure, or curating art shows, he’s setting the record straight about his style and motives.

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The Ghanaian-American hiphop star graced the cover of L’Officiel Australia in a gritty yet bluxe photoshoot.

Vic Mensah shot by Mark Ruiz

In this issue, The Victory hitmaker talks about the spiritual and cultural connection he’s building for himself and others in the Diaspora here in Ghana, his impact investment in the youth and the framework for Black Star Festival, a concert lined with international acts from Africa and the Diaspora slated for January in Accra, Ghana.

Vic Mensa for L’Officiel Australia shot by Mark Ruiz


Dripping in an Orttu black lace top, iced with Alligator Jesus grillz and David Yurman & Luis Morais jewellery, Vic spoke about his collaboration with Chance the Rapper and the mutual support that’s blossomed from their friendship.

Vic Mensa for L’Officiel Australia shot by Mark Ruiz

READ MORE: Vic Mensa, Chance the Rapper in the market for Naïla Opiangah art at Gallery 1957?

You can read Vic Mensa’s full interview on lofficel.com.au.



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