Fall Out Boy - Only The Bulls Feat. Lupe Fiasco [New Song]

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Fall Out Boy and Lupe Fiasco team for "Only The Bulls".

Rappers have always made sure to put on for their teams whenever they could, but as far as crafting songs specifically as sports anthems, things have definitely revved up over the last few weeks. "Black & Yellow" -- while not originally foreseen as a Steelers pump up song -- may have been the beginning of the trend, and now the Chicago Bulls have a record to match it, with Chicago native Lupe Fiasco and Illinois pop punk quartet Fall Out Boy fulfilling their duties as fans. "Only The Bulls" is actually a revisioning of a 1996 song of the same name, performed by  Ira Antelis, Cheryl Berman and Steve Schanwald.

Thanks to the hacker organization Anonymous, Lupe has a release date for his long-delayed Tetsuo And Youth. Expect it January 20th on Atlantic Records.

Quotable Lyrics:
I bring the horns in
Representing for the city I was born in
From the 'Go, so you know that I be goin' in
Swear to god that I think I'm 'bout to score again

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Only The Bulls

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User  Rating:
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24 VERY HOTTTTT
6 HOTTTTT
1 MEH
5 NOT FEELING IT
12 MAKE IT STOP
User Rating:
63% (48)

Fall Out Boy and Lupe Fiasco team for "Only The Bulls".


Rappers have always made sure to put on for their teams whenever they could, but as far as crafting songs specifically as sports anthems, things have definitely revved up over the last few weeks. "Black & Yellow" -- while not originally foreseen as a Steelers pump up song -- may have been the beginning of the trend, and now the Chicago Bulls have a record to match it, with Chicago native Lupe Fiasco and Illinois pop punk quartet Fall Out Boy fulfilling their duties as fans. "Only The Bulls" is actually a revisioning of a 1996 song of the same name, performed by  Ira Antelis, Cheryl Berman and Steve Schanwald.

Thanks to the hacker organization Anonymous, Lupe has a release date for his long-delayed Tetsuo And Youth. Expect it January 20th on Atlantic Records.

Quotable Lyrics:
I bring the horns in
Representing for the city I was born in
From the 'Go, so you know that I be goin' in
Swear to god that I think I'm 'bout to score again

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