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Vic Mensa just shared a new song with producer Keyon Christ called “Summer’s Over” that makes us feel ready to rock this fall. 

Mensa, who recently released the self-titled debut album for his punk project 93PUNX, told HYPEBEAST that the song is about the seasons changing. 

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“’Summer’s Over’ is really just a vibe to head into fall with. Keyon’s sonic landscape is so unique that even with a pretty straightforward lyrical direction it’s still going to sound like nothing you’ve ever heard before. We were really just having fun with it,” Mensa said in a statement. 

He also said that Christ’s production is the “foundation for (his) next album,” so there’s plenty more of this to hear in the future. 

“We’ve just been cooking non-stop,” Mensa said. “I think we connect creatively because neither of us is interesting in doing the same shit everyone else is doing. We’re trailblazers.” 

You can listen to “Summer’s Over” below. 

As previously stated, Mensa and 93PUNX just dropped their first album featuring artists such as Good Charlotte, blink 182 drummer Travis Barker, Tom Morello and more. Barker also executive produced it. 

You can listen to the 93PUNX LP below. 

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Billie Eilish, Nine Inch NailsHalsey the 1975, Foo FightersVic Mensa and more than 130 other artists have joined a Planned Parenthood protest to fight against restrictive abortion laws.

Planned Parenthood’s music engagement campaign Ban Off My Body launched the online petition signed by dozens of artists as part of many upcoming initiatives to educate people on the need for safe and legal abortion access.

Planned Parenthood plans to call fans to action at upcoming music festivals to fight against restrictive laws against abortion.

This comes in the midst of many states passing restrictive laws against abortion access, such as Alabama, Georgia, Ohio, Kentucky and Mississippi.

The goal of the protest is to get half a million signatures on an online petition opposing bans by next Jan 22. That date is the 47th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, the Supreme Court case that made abortion a right. You can sign that petition here.

Other artists on the list include CHVRCHES, Best Coast, Death Cab For Cutie, Third Eye Blind, Pussy Riot, K. Flay and more.

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