Vic Mensa showed off his vocal chops with an impressive rendition of Radiohead's iconic song, "Karma Police" on BBC Radio 1.

Vic's stripped down performance showed off his vocal skills, as he matched Thom Yorke's limber vocals on the 1997 song, and even played a few piano chords throughout the song, while accompanied on acoustic guitar. Vic also rocked a bare version of "We Could Be Free" during the session (watch it below).

The Chicago rapper is currently on the road with JAY-Z for the North American leg of his 4:44 Tour, which wraps up Dec. 21 at The Forum in Inglewood, Calif. Back in late September, Vic released his self-directed, eccentric "Like a Stoner" video.

“The ‘Rollin' Like A Stoner’ video is about reckless abandon and escapism," said Mensa in a statement to Merry Jane. "The whole thing was filmed on a stage, as a comment on life as an entertainer. I was watching films like Bye Bye Life and Birdman, and 1920s westerns."

Check out Vic's performances on BBC Radio 1 above and below.


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