VISUALS

November 24, 2016

Vice Souletric’s “Soulections” features 3 Producers in 3 Videos

United Grind continues its creative tradition of presenting dope Hip Hop content with the release of “Soulections,” a freestyle series where Ohio MC, Vice Souletric spits his coldest 16s over 3 different beats with an eye-catching video for each. Part 1 of the series features beats by producers Ill Brown (Chicago, IL), Thadd Ross (Charlotte, NC) and Paco (Niles, OH). Vice scours the city of Columbus, OH to find fitting backdrops to serve as the settings for the three powerful verses.
October 16, 2016

Vice Souletric – 90’s Sumthin ft. HiJinks [VIDEO]

Vice Souletric returns with the visuals for 90’s Sumthin’, the infectious boom bap single off his latest album, “Vice For President 2 – There’s NoTomorrow Til You Wake Up”. Vice enlists HiJinks to turn back the clock to 90s style Hip Hop. The duo pay homage to the music and culture of the 1990s over dirty drums and horns influenced by Hip Hop greats such as Pete Rock and DJ Premier. Vice says, “The 90s will always be the Golden Era of Hip Hop for several reasons. I wanted to recreate a 90s style video by incorporating the barbecue scene […]
September 1, 2016

G.Huff ft Vice Souletric ‘Be Easy’ prod. Hi-Tek

September 1, 2016

Vice Souletric – “No Tomorrow” [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

Equal parts throwback and modern, “No Tomorrow” is a soulful, undeniable banger from rapper­-producer Vice Soulectric. It also just so happens to be the driving force behind his latest video. Fresh off last Friday’s release of ‘Vice For President 2’ LP, Vice teamed up with fellow Buckeye State resident Ced Lynch for these sharp, stylish visuals. They center on the artist’s hustle, as we catch glimpses of his writing process, sample­chopping skills, and moments in the studio laying down vocal tracks. It’s all in a day’s work for Vice aka “Clark Kent with the dark tint.” But there are moments […]
June 1, 2016

Vice Souletric – “T.A.M.I.R.” [The American Machine Is Racist]

Ohio Emcee/Producer phenom, Vice Souletric presents, a chilling spoken word piece targeting the issue of police brutality and racial injustice within the borders of the United States. Vice uses the first name of the slain young man, Tamir Rice, as an acronym to bring home his message. “I am from Northeast Ohio so I took this event personally. I have children so empathize deeply with parents who have lost children to senseless violence of any kind. Like all of my music, it may make some people feel uncomfortable, but its the truth.”
April 3, 2016

Vice Souletric – “iRap” – [Official Video]

July 29, 2015

Vice Souletric – “Midwest Blues” [OFFICIAL VIDEO]

The Midwest has long been the forgotten frontier of Hip Hop. Even though so many legends in and outside of music found their origins in the heart of the United States, The East, West and South somehow staked claim as the dominant regions when it came to rap music. Enter Vice Souletric, an emcee/producer from the great state of Ohio who dares to go where no Midwestern born artist has gone before, and that is on the front lines of the battle of Hip Hop supremacy. Though it was born in the East, grew up in the West, and then […]
June 4, 2015

Vice For President [Official Commercial]

Buy “Vice For President” today!
April 17, 2015

Vice Souletric – “DEAD MAN’S CURVE” Freestyle [VID] @vicegotbeats

I’m rolling through the 216 spitting a fresh new 16. ‘Vice For President EP’ is out now! Purchase via iTunes or Google Play HERE:
April 5, 2015

Vice Souletric – “The Facebook Commandments” [vid/feature]

Vice breaks down the 10 biggest No-Nos to posting on Facebook.
April 5, 2015

Vice Souletric – Troublesome LIVE Performance [VID]

The United Grind Society’s own Vice Souletric and HiJinks rock the stage in Cleveland, Ohio, a part of the Pete Rock Slum Village Tour stop.
April 3, 2015

Vice Souletric/@ViceGotBeats – “Hate Myself”

Why is it easier to tear someone down than it is to build them up? In truth, our differences should be celebrated; there’s no reason to segregate ourselves because of how we look, what we believe, or how we view the world. Unfortunately, this message isn’t passed onto the youth as often as it should, which in turn makes the world a more hateful place. And while society may chastise African Americans for not fitting to a set series of characteristics, Vice Soulectric will stand up and refute those claims. “Hate Myself,” which is beautifully shot in a snowy cemetery, […]
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