Vic Mensa deals with some heavy issues on his new album The Autobiography, none the least of which is getting caught having too much fun in a bad love triangle on the track "Homewrecker."
Backed by alt-rock veterans Weezer, the song definitely has a different feel to it, relying more on the guitar-led instrumentation than most rock-rap collabs. However, it's Mensa's writing that once again shines through, dealing with the pain and remorse that comes with the act of being unfaithful, watching his life quickly spiral out of control even after he acknowledges his misgivings.
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And that's my fault, I made mistakes, G
I knew you was crazy, but not this crazy
And still I opened the door, I shoulda known better
But who'd've ever thought you'd be the wifey and a homewrecker