VEVO & 93PUNX RELEASE LIVE PERFORMANCES OF
Vevo announces the release of 93PUNX’s performances of “Camp America” and “3 Years Sober” from their upcoming debut album. With the formation of 93PUNX, Chicago rapper Vic Mensa took a sharp left turn toward raucous rock music. “Camp America” addresses the internment camps set up for immigrants along the U.S. border, while the raging “3 Years Sober” introduces the band with blink-182 drummer, Travis Barker.
In late 2018, Mensa stated in interviews that he had been working on new music with legendary Bad Brains frontman H.R. that fused trap drums and energetic punk instrumentation. Early the next year, he shared a faithful cover of the Cranberries ’90s anti-war anthem “Zombie”; it was the first music from his unexpectedly rocking new project entitled 93PUNX. He worked toward a full album, which was slated to include contributions from Good Charlotte’s Joel Madden, H.R., and Travis Barker.
“Camp America” and “3 Years Sober” are now streaming on all platforms. Keep up with exclusive content from artists all over the world on YouTube.com/Vevo.