Lupe Fiasco

Slim Thug is the epitome of a humble giant. He revealed he was very flattered when he found out he inspired Lupe Fiasco to write “Hip-Hop Saved My Life”.

The world does not move without Black creativity and Lupe Fiasco is about detail how Hip-Hop plays into that fact. He has been slotted to teach a Rap course at MIT.

Lupe Fiasco stands apart from his peers through his world-class lyricism and conceptual music.  Next month, the Chicago wordsmith will release his eighth studio album, Drill Music In Zion.


Whether or not the Man On The Moon artist responds to Lupe's assessment of him remains to be seen, but from the looks of things Lupe wants all the smoke with the "Day 'n' Night" rapper.

The Chicago MC, martial artist and intellectual will host the second event of his residency this weekend in a "code cypher" event that will have students creating digital artwork that will later be judged.

Lupe Fiasco sets out to record an entire 10-song album in twenty-four hours, sharing his progress on Twitter along the way.

After hurling diss records at one another, Fiasco says that the podcast is over and done with and he doesn't intend to pick up the slack elsewhere.

The (former?) podcast partners and longtime colleagues have fired off diss tracks at each other and fans online are debating the finer points of both.


For the past minute TikTok has been ablaze with people and celebrities showing off their physics under red and dim lights, but one Twitter user named rappers he felt could actually spit a hot 16 over Doja's "Streets" instrumental.

Last week it was revealed Hip-Hop had lost one of the most unique talents to ever grab a microphone, months ago. Two of his peers have saluted in the most fitting way.

Since K-Dot's epic "Control" verse, fans have assumed there has been tension between the two world-class rappers.

One of Rap’s most slept on wordsmiths is linking with younger talent. Lupe Fiasco is prepping a new release manned by Kaelin Ellis.