On this episode of Made From Scratch, Vic Mensa and his sister Lizzy make one of their favorite meals growing up, “Omo Tuo,” a Ghanaian stew. Vic and his sister talk about the drama surrounding his foundation, when a racist landlord kicked them out because of the music video for “Camp America.” Plus, they talk about growing up taking chances, details on his new album, and founding a label. Grab a seat at the table as these artists share their personal stories and the special meaning behind their menu. Made From Scratch airs Tuesdays at 11:00 pm, ET/PT on FUSE. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.
About Made From Scratch:
Made From Scratch is the appetizing new, weekly series that serves up a candid look into the lives of our favorite artists as they prepare their most-loved childhood dishes with the family who knows them best. Viewers get to go home with an artist and watch them participate as a loved one preps a favorite home-cooked meal that the artist has craved while on the road.
Upcoming featured artists include Big Boi, Jhené Aiko and others. The series was shot in kitchens from Atlanta and New Jersey to San Antonio and Los Angeles.
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