Vic Mensa may have taken a risk by disbanding Kids These Days after the release of their acclaimed LP, 'Traphouse Rock,' but the gamble to go-it-alone looks to be paying off. After a number of strong early releases -- each one creating more hype than the next -- the Chicago MC delivers his debut mixtape, 'INNANETAPE.'

In addition to stellar solo cuts like 'Orange Soda,' 'Yap Yap' and the epic opener 'Welcome to INNANETAPE,' the 14-track project keeps Vic in the good company of Ab-Soul, BJ The Chicago Kid, Hit-Boy, Rockie Fresh and his high school buddy/fellow SaveMoney star Chance The Rapper. Together, the pair prove their natural chemistry and hit-making potential on standout cut 'Tweakin.'

There's no denying the lyrical prowess and, more importantly, musical polish that's on offer on 'INNANETAPE,' but it's the amount of interest surrounding this release that seriously suggests this Vic kid is next to blow; #INNANETAPE became the number one trending topic nationwide on Twitter tonight, ironically topping Cubs coach Dale Sveum's firing.