Lupe Fiasco drops an off-kilter but righteousness-infused new track called “Madonna,” featuring Nikki Jean.
Lupe Fiasco and his art are currently operating on a global scale. The heralded Hip-Hop poet laureate’s new single “Mission” tackles the weighty subject matter of battling cancer and all the effects it causes as an outlier.
If sharing is caring, Lupe Fiasco must truly love his fans, because he’s been delivering a lot of new music as of late. His latest track is titled “Thorns & Horns,” and it features another lyricist in TDE’s own Ab-Soul.
The Food & Liquor Lupe Fiasco evolved over time as expected, but who saw him taking it here? The Chicago native has fancied “turn up” tunes as of late, and today he delivers another titled “DopeBoysAtAllStarWeekend,” featuring Gizzle.
Word that Lupe Fiasco and Ty Dolla $ign were collaborating on new music certainly raised eyebrows, since they have contrasting styles. Last evening, the MC gave further indication of what he and his singing counterpart cooked up by debuting “Snitches” for fans’ listening pleasure.
Lupe Fiasco used a popular slang term as inspiration for a new track called “Thot 97,” which of course is a play on the popular New York City radio station. Yes, you read that right.
Nas once poised the question, “Name a rapper that I didn’t influence?” It’s 2014 and his words from 2001’s “Ether” still ring true to this very day.
Lupe Fiasco is currently focusing his efforts on his upcoming Tetsuo & Youth album, but that didn’t stop him from dropping a loosie track from the Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1 sessions. Titled “Piru Blues,” this tune is particularly somber.
Name: Larrance Dobson of 1500 or Nothin’ Location: L.A. Credits: Snoop, Drake, T.I., Jay Z, Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco, Elijah Blake, Game, etc. Social Media: Twitter, Facebook, Website
Lupe Fiasco‘s last few visuals have been spot on. And that continues with this clip for his Ed Sheeran-assisted track, “Old School Love.”
There is no doubt Lupe Fiasco has plenty of fans, but he also a legion of detractors (see, there are other words than “hater”). This was evident when the Chicago rapper got hit with a tomato while performing in Salt Lake City, which led to the end of the show.
It’s pretty easy to notice the parallels and similarities between Hip-Hop and the world of comic books. We decided to point out some of Earth’s mightiest rhyme-slingers.