Vote For Your Favorite "Panda" Remix
Desiigner's "Panda" was crowned the #1 song on the Billboard Hot 100 Monday afternoon. It marked the culmination of a wild four months in which the 18-year old Brooklyn rapper went from complete unknown to G.O.O.D. Music signee, The Life of Pablo feature, and internet sensation.
Listen To Lupe Fiasco's "Conversations #2"
Just over a week after the first installment, Lupe Fiasco has shared "Conversations #2," part of the series with which Lupe wishes to tell the "story of an album," that album being Drogas, the first of three albums he intends to release this year. Similar to the last conversation, the latest audio recording involves Lupe's politically-minded friends and men who sound like important community leaders.
Lupe Fiasco Releases "Conversations #1" Ahead Of "Drogas"
After a lengthy silence, Lupe Fiasco came out of hiding earlier in the week to reveal his three-album plan had changed slightly. Fans may recall that Lupe teased three different titles for albums he'd be releasing one after another this year, ending with the final release of his career, Roy.
Lupe Fiasco Scraps "Roy," Says Three Albums Still Coming This Year
Earlier this year, Lupe Fiasco promised he would be releasing three albums this year. It’s April, and we don’t have anything from the talented Chicago emcee aside from cover art for the first release DROGAS. We have faith in Lupe, and today he gave us an update via Twitter.
#TBT: Lupe Fiasco
About ten years ago, it seemed like Lupe Fiasco was going to be the next great force in hip hop music. In 2006 he released the great Food & Liquor, and followed it up in '07 with the equally awesome The Cool. Lupe had a little bit of a difficult time following that one, and it didn't help that Atlantic Records was skeptical of releasing the album for fear of commercial appeal. It wasn't until 2011 that Lasers came out to extremely mediocre reception.
Lupe Fiasco Reveals "DROGAS" Cover Art
Fresh off a six week US tour, Lupe Fiasco took to Twitter this morning to reveal the cover art for his upcoming album DROGAS, which stands for "Don't Ruin Us God Said." The artwork features what appear to be rusty barnacled headphones (any other interpretations?) hovering above a white supernova, which looks kinda like the void in the face on the cover of Flying Lotus' You're Dead!
J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League Release Stacked Album Featuring Drake, Future, & More
One of the respected names in the beat game, production trio J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League surprised fans this morning by releasing a new album called J.U.S.T.I.C.E. For All containing 13 never-before-heard songs. The project is absolutely stacked with features; artists appearing on the album include Drake, Rick Ross, Lupe Fiasco, Future, Chris Brown, T.I., Wale, R. Kelly, Jeremih, & Jeezy. Gotdamn.
Lupe Fiasco Says "Roy" Will Be His Last Album
Lupe Fiasco is planning to drop three albums this year, DROGAS, Skulls, and Roy, released in that order.
Lupe Fiasco Says "DROGAS" Is "Coming Soon," Shares Artwork
Lupe Fiasco plans to drop a total of three albums in 2016, and he recently revealed the titles of each: DROGAS, Skulls, and Roy.
Lupe Fiasco Announces U.S. Tour
Lupe Fiasco has huge plans for 2016. The rapper is scheduled to release three new projects in the new year, and on top of that, he's about to head out on a U.S. tour. He's calling the month-long stint the "Tour For The Fans".
Lupe Fiasco Reveals Titles For All 3 Albums Planned For 2016
Lupe Fiasco recently surprised fans by revealing that he would be dropping three albums in 2016.
Kanye West, Lupe Fiasco & More Mourn The Death Of DJ Timbuck2
The city of Chicago is mourning the death of DJ Timbuck2, real name Tim Jones, who died of cancer-related causes yesterday (Dec. 20). He was 34 years old. At that young age, Timbuck2 was already one of Chicago's most established DJs. He was the host of Go iLL radio on 107.5 WCGI, which aired every Saturday night, and he was responsible for showcasing local artists and helping them break into the mainstream. "He was an innovator and pound for pound (arguably) the best DJ in the city," wrote prominent Chi-Town hip-hop blog FakeShoreDrive.
Lupe Fiasco Plans To Release 3 Albums In 2016
Lupe Fiasco recently told his fans that he was working on the sequel to his 2007 album The Cool, but the announcement was relatively underwhelming as he revealed that the album is set to arrive in winter 2017. Not to worry, though -- fans may have to wait two more years for The Cool 2, but today, Lupe announced he plans to release three albums in 2016.
Lupe Fiasco Updates Fans On "The Cool 2"
Lupe Fiasco has previously mentioned The Cool 2, letting fans know that "its gonna be a while but we hard at work." He gave another update today, and he wasn't joking... it's going to be a while.
Hottest Albums Of 2015
2015 was a pretty phenomenal year for music. After the relatively dry 2014, we thought it was a drought, but the overwhelming amount of material made making our year-end list both very easy and very difficult. On one hand, there was a wealth of album to choose from, but on the other hand, a lot of great stuff had to be left on the cutting room floor.
Lupe Fiasco Responds To Grammy Snub With Sesame Street "L" Memes
Lupe Fiasco is currently in India, probably on some sort of yoga retreat. That's where he heard that his album Tetsuo & Youth wasn't among the 2016 Grammy nominations that went out yesterday.
Lupe Fiasco Explains Kid Cudi Beef Through Extended Santa Metaphor
Lupe Fiasco didn't like the way he was being framed as a villain following his Kid Cudi diss at a recent show, so he decided to explain the situation in a way everyone could understand -- a Santa metaphor.
Lupe Fiasco Threatens Kid Cudi, Says He's Done With The Beef At The Same Show
Lupe Fiasco and Kid Cudi have had their differences in the past, and while we haven't heard much about the feud from either party over the last few months, there hasn't been a public truce. Lupe brought his issues with Cudi up again during a show in Milwaukee this weekend, but his two statements about the rapper gave some very mixed messages.It's not clear which came first, but Lupe spit a verse about Cudder, as well as giving a brief speech on the beef, but each gave us a very different impression on where Fiasco stands.
Lupe Fiasco Starts Fund To Help Local Entrepreneurs In Poor Neighborhoods
Lupe Fiasco is no stranger to social activism, and he continues to help underserved communities with a new initiative called the Neighborhood Start Fund, a partnership between Lupe, the Dream Big Foundation, and the Head of Global Partnerships at the navigation app Waze to raise money to stimulate local entrepreneurship in poor neighborhoods.
The Game Calls Lupe Fiasco “Weird” On New Track “Dollar & A Dream”; Lupe Responds
Not being able to avoid the inevitable, The Game’s upcoming album, Documentary 2, sprung an early leak Wednesday afternoon. And like many of his previous efforts, Documentary 2 has several name drops heard throughout the project, some good some not so good, but one artist in specific that was affected by the latter was Lupe Fiasco, who has since responded to his situation. On the Ab-Soul-featured cut “Dollar & A Dream,” the Game says Lupe went “weird,” in the opening verse. He reportedly spits,