Talented Chicago artist Vic Spencer has been sitting on a song called "L.O.C." for three years. Last night, he finally released it on SoundCloud. Here's what he had to say about the song's backstory:
"L.O.C (loyalty over cash) is a group of guys Vic Spencer put together within the Savemoney Army. The group really had all the Savemoney street homies in it, nearly no other Savemoney rappers besides Sterling Haze & Brian Fresco, Brian has the L.O.C tatted on his arm. The group was strong before the fame came along and that's what it was about: brothers getting together to discuss their livelihoods in one peace without the stigma of mobbing. L.O.C was once called "The Lil' One Click", something that Vic and his older brother had as a bonding conglomerate to make up for lost time with Vic and his brother being in DCFS most of their lives. They vowed to never forget about one another. At press time, Vic is still active with all SMLOC members till this day. They never forgot one another."
Give it a listen and revisit Spencer's 2016 album The Ghost of Living.