Lupe Fiasco's Tetsuo & Youth has been in limbo for some time, but just a few weeks back, Atlantic gave the album the green light. With a new release date of January 20th, Fiasco has gone full speed ahead with the rollout, providing a brand new single today.
HNHH is happy to premiere "Deliver", a song that should satisfy Lupe's core fanbase. The uncompromising record is built off of a surging synth line, which the Chicago rapper weaves in and out of, before a soulful refrain (with some possible help from Ty Dolla $ign) ties it all together. The political record looks at the conditions of Fiasco's city, using the clever and potent concept of a pizzaman who dares not enter the area.
Look out for the album in January. "Deliver" can be purchased on iTunes now.
White folks act like
They ain't show us how to traffic
All the dope to China
You don't call that trappin'?
Breaking Bad, learned that from a TV
So don't say it's politics when you see me