From Lupe’s upcoming album Tetsuo & Youth coming soon. Directed by Coodie & Chike.
This track comes from Robert Glasper’s upcoming Black Radio 2 release, scheduled for release this Monday.
Lupe debuts new music with singer/songwriter Ed Sheernan, from his upcoming album, Tetsuo & Youth.
Dirty Dutch DJ Chuckie’s foray into the hip-hop market, “Makin’ Papers”, gets an official video, directed by Larenz Tate.
Lupe Fiasco reponds to Kendrick Lamar’s controversial verses on Big Sean’s “Control” on “SLR 2″, coupled with an additional new song “#DopeFrancis (American Trap)”.
Lupe Fiasco releases this three-part video from his F.A.L.2.T.G.A.R.A.P.1 LP. Lupe Fiasco – #1234 from Alex Nazari on Vimeo.
Double dose of new cuts from Wale, the first comes from MMG’s just announced Self Made 3, featuring the unlikely line-up of Wale, Rick Ross, and Lupe Fiasco, with Jake One on the track. The second is Rihanna’s remix of “Bad”.
Lupe addresses the murder of Chicago 6-month old Jonylah Watkins, who was shot five times, indirectly another victim of the city’s gang wars. “She lives as long as we do. She will live forever. God bless your soul and the family you left behind. We Love You.” Read more here.
As we previously reported, Lupe has abandoned Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Part 2 (good move), and his next album will be titled Tetsuo & Youth, as revealed on the Grammy’s red carpet last night. An Akira reference, no less.
Lupe Fiasco, who is no fan of Barack Obama, was somehow booked to perform at the Start Up Rock On presidental inauguration party on Sunday. During his set, he performed a 30-minute rendition of “Words I Never Said”, which included anti-Obama references in the lyrics. As seen in the video below, he is approached by [cont.]
Lupe Fiasco performs this track from Food & Liquor 2, alongside the legendary Roots crew and vocalist Guy Sebastian.
In a recent interview with AlLindstrom.Com, Lupe Fiasco revealed that he will in fact follow-up Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Part 1, with Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Part 2, which he abbreviates plainly in the interview as Food & Liquor 2: Part 2. Confused? Good. Lupe [cont.]
After the disappointingly pop and overly slick Lasers, Lupe Fiasco has returned with his fourth album, the somewhat ridiculously titled Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1. Does this mean there will be a Food & Liquor II: Pt. 2? That seems like a fairly ludicrous possibility. More likely, there won’t [cont.]
Lupe Fiasco speaks on accusations of being unpatriotic, showing how he feels about certain aspects – the good and the bad – of America. “Let’s just say that The Great American Rap Album, in its totality, both albums and all the music that’s in it is me trying to define what America is. Trying to [cont.]
Lupe by 3030fm Dave announces Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Album Part One, which got a few chuckles from the audience.
In this interview with FUSE’s Ashanti (?), Lupe Fiasco explains that his decision to roll with a solid black album cover for Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1 was inspired by Johnny Cash, who is also touched upon on the album’s track “Man In Black”.
Lupe Fiasco breaks down his new single “Lamborghini Angels”, hitting stores tomorrow, September 25th.
In this interview with MusicFeeds.TV, Lupe Fiasco explains the thought process behind the cover art for his new album Food & Liquor 2, which is simply a black square.
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