Watch Vic Mensa perform “We Could Be Free” at March For Our Lives

Hundreds of thousands of Americans protested in Washington DC today, and millions around the country, as part of March For Our Lives. Taking a stand against mass shootings and rallying for stricter gun laws, multiple celebrities and musicians, including Chicago’s very own Vic Mensa were in attendance. Vic was seen alongside Kim, Kanye and Common earlier in the day, and also took to the event’s main stage for a special performance of his song “We Could Be Free.” Vic dedicated the performance to Stephon Clark, Decynthia Clements and “all the unarmed black men and women killed by police weapons,” proclaiming, “until all of us are free, none of us will be free.” Backed by a choir and string orchestra, seeing Vic perform this song in front of the nation’s capital gave new meaning to this already powerful highlight off of “The Autobiography.” This performance marks a huge moment for Vic, and America, in an ongoing fight against gun violence. Watch the full video below: