Tuesday, 04 June 2013 18:02
Recently, tt's been drop after drop for Wale, with the visual companion for his single Poor Decisions featuring Rick Ross and Lupe Fiasco being the latest in the series of drops. It was just yesterday that we received the single in audio form, and the D.C.-rapper has already blessed his fans with the coinciding music video. To peep the video and check out how it measures up with the track, press play up above. Despite it being Yeezy-Season and this single being featured on MMG's Self Made Vol. 3, Wale is definitely making a case for you to keep his upcoming The Gifted album on your radar when it hit shelves on June 25th. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 13 February 2013 17:27
U.S. Alteration teases their latest collection of workwear-inspired garments with the help of hip-hop star Lupe Fiasco. Over the past few seasons, U.S. Alteration has established itself as a brand that delivers on quality and a uniquely detailed aesthetic. Lupe Fiasco’s presence further asserts their respected reputation, and purveys a message consistent with Fiasco’s relentless efforts to stand out from the crowd. Highlights among the offering include a tiger camo hoodie and patchwork down vest. Take a look at the U.S. Alteration Spring/Summer 2013 Preview after the jump and shop current offerings on their online store. [See More]
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Thursday, 23 August 2012 13:53
After premiering the track earlier this summer, Lupe Fiasco presents the accompanying visuals for his bass-heavy cut B*itch Bad. Furthering the thought-provoking message presented by Lupe, the video explores the long-term psychological effects of the degrading language through an interwoven narrative. “B*tch Bad” is set to appear on the upcoming Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1, due out on September 25th. Enjoy.
Friday, 29 June 2012 18:19
After dropping his second single B*tch Bad, rapper Lupe Fiasco reminds of his first single Around My Way (Freedom Ain't Free), with some new visuals. Lu takes us back to his hometown of Chicago, where he spits his lyrics throughout various locations. The video is directed by Alex Nazari, and you can view it now up above. Lupe's Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album is set to release September 25th. Enjoy.
Tuesday, 10 January 2012 19:15
Houston legend Trae Tha Truth is back with a new video for his single I’m On, featuring almost every rapper in the game. Im kidding, the song features Lupe Fiasco, Big Boi, Wale and Wiz Khalifa who all collectively come together to make this song a classic.
Lupe is up first rapping in front of a custom SS Camaro, and using his extensive vocabulary to leave you dazed and amazed. Trae is up next rapping in a alley way and the rest you'll have to watch for yourself. Enjoy.
Tuesday, 10 January 2012 18:12
Since the release of underground hit Us Placers a few years back, the idea of a C.R.S. album has been at the top of everyone’s wish list.
Due to conflicting schedules however, a possible legendary album between the three hip-hop wise men has been placed on a temporary hold until they can determine if a collaboration is truly feasible. [Read More]
Thursday, 24 November 2011 23:40
A hot new mixtape arrives from Chicago native Lupe Fiasco as he quietly gives thanks to fans during today’s holiday festivities.
This Friend of The People mixtape was initially set to drop in around Christmas of 2009 but was set aside for his Mount Kilimanjaro voyage to raise awareness of the global water crisis in which he successfully completed. Also be on the lookout for Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap album soon to follow.
Tuesday, 02 August 2011 15:00
“To Lupe's defense...He's seeing it from one angle. I travel internationally, so I see what Obama's doing for the U.S. Hes actually changed the whole image of the United States...If Obama could have his way without the Republicans in his way, a different phrase would have came from Lupe’s mouth.” - Akon, when asked about Lupe Fiasco calling Barack Obama “The biggest terrorist.”
Tuesday, 21 June 2011 16:27
By now, you've probably seen the interview in which Lupe Fiasco calls Barack Obama a terrorist. The comment stirred up some controversy and soon after Bill O'Reilly got involved, claiming that Lupe wouldn't appear on his show because he couldn't possibly defend his statement.
Then he called Lu a pinhead. Earlier today, Mr. Fiasco made his appearance on The O'Reilly Factor, where he attempted to explain his point of view. Watch the segment above.
Thursday, 14 April 2011 16:57
Although the single didn't quite climb up the charts the way they intended, nearly five months after its release, Lupe Fiasco's "The Show Goes On" finally went platinum. The Lasers' single is currently number 24 on the Billboard Top 100. This marks the second time a Lupe single has sold a million copies, the first being "Superstar" which featured Matthew Santos.