Chicago rapper covered 2003 hit at Lollapalooza last weekend

Vic Mensa covered The White Stripes‘ ‘Seven Nation Army’ during his Lollapalooza performance last weekend. Click above to watch fan shot footage from the gig now.

Mensa’s punk take on the classic track came during what was a homecoming performance for the Chicago based rapper. Speaking about his appearance at the US festival, Mensa recently revealed that he once tried to sneak in the event only to be electrocuted in the process.

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Speaking about the incident, Mensa said that he had snuck in on the first day of the festival with no problems. However, going back for another day proved much more difficult. “I was trying to get in and they had upped security from the day before – it was just impossible to get in like I got in the day before,” he said. “I was trying to do something crazy, climbing down the train structure over on Monroe over a bridge. And I touched a transformer on my arm.”

Mensa’s new single ‘Down On My Luck’ is currently at Number 37 in the Official UK Singles Chart.