“I still remember the first day I met you. I was 14 years old, working at CIVIC video…”
“I still haven’t heard anything like it.”
What a fiasco.
The controversial rapper is back.
“I’m officially not releasing anymore music. Album’s cancelled.”
The rapper will release his final album this year.
Lupe Fiasco potentially lived up to his name with the release of his 2011 album, Lasers, which many still regard as the worst rap album of all time. And now, four years later, Lupe has upped the Fiasco with a diabolical scheme to eradicate the lingering menace of his dud 3rd studio LP from existence,
American R&B superstar Nelly will tour Australia in January 2015 on his first headlining run in this country, alongside Lupe Fiasco and B.o.B. The tour begins in Sydney on Thursday, 8th January at Qantas Credit Union Arena before moving through Newcastle, Brisbane, a quick detour to Auckland, then back to Aus to finish up in
The hip hop community has been woken from a deep, deep slumber this week following Kendrick Lamar’s decision to call out just about every buzzworthy rapper in a recent verse on Big Sean‘s latest track Control, prompting a sea of backlash from his so called peers. Diss tracks have begun to pop up all over
Hip hop star and moral compass Lupe Fiasco has released a 13-minute, ambitious video clip today that mashes together 3 of his latest tracks. Of course, when given a platform, Fiasco is going to use it to express his socioeconomic-political views, and this case is no different. The rapper addresses consumerism, race relations, violence and
It’s not even midday yet but I think we can safely give this week’s Cool Guy Award to the one and only Lupe Fiasco – rather than just laughing off a total non-event, Lupe insisted on stopping the show to inform everyone that he’s awesome, and will beat you up if you think otherwise. As
Lupe Fiasco has revealed that his new album, titled Tetsuo & Youth, is expected to be released some time during 2013.
Lupe Fiasco has been forced off stage mid-set after making anti-Obama comments during his performance as part of the US Presidential inauguration celebrations. Complex reports that Fiasco – who collaborated with Guy Sebastian for his mega hit Battle Scars last year – told punters at Hamilton Live in Washington D.C. that he didn’t vote for
Hip-hop extraordinaire Lupe Fiasco has had a very public blow-out via Twitter recently, resulting in a double disappointment for fans. Not only did Fiasco effectively quit from the micro-blogging service, but the man has made it clear that all plans for his forthcoming album have been scrapped. In recent interviews, Fiasco made it clear that
Earlier this month Lupe Fiasco fans were hit with the news that the man behind hip hop anthems Kick, Push, Superstar and more recently Around My Way (Freedom Ain’t Free) would be hanging up the mic after his upcoming record Food & Liquor II – The Great American Rap Album, Pt. 1.
One of the most-respected names in hip hop Lupe Fiasco has confessed that following the release of his forthcoming album Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album, the rap star will be hanging up his mic. The album is Fiasco’s fourth, though it stands as the sequel to his debut release Food &
Sometimes in music there are incomparable pairings that result in classic records that forever change the complexion of the musical landscape for the better, such as Mos Def and Talib Kweli forming Black Star. Then there are collaborations that leave you scratching your head in wonderment as to how they even came into being. Former
Lupe Fiasco has given an emotionally charged interview on MTV’s program RapFix Live. The popular rapper was taken for a trip down memory lane by host Sway Calloway, who replayed a clip from 2006 when Lupe first burst onto the world stage with his massive single Kick, Push. The video was taken from the MTV
5 months after the organisers of Supafest unveiled the first instalment of their massive 2012 line-up, they are set to announce the second string of artists this Friday.
Lupe Fiasco has apparently been spotted among the crowd at Big Day Out Sydney.