Lupe Fiasco continues to choose Friday as his day of choice for mixtape leaks. Last week's cut was "Haile Selassie" featuring singer Nikki Jean, and this week he enlists a different singer, PJ for the hook on "Mazinger."
Lupe Fiasco continues to get fans excited for both his mixtape and album by delivering another new leak today. Last week he chose to end the week/kick off the weekend with the more experimental cut "Lilies" featuring Sirah.
It comes as no surprise that hacker group Anonymous are fans of Lupe Fiasco. The radical collective are known to take action against those who oppose the right to free speech, often taking similar political stands to the outspoken emcee -- their latest target being Lupe's own label, Atlantic.
Now that things are finally starting to go Lupe's way, namely, Atlantic Records finally announced a release date for his album Tetsuo & Youth, the rapper has decided to put out some new music for the fans.
Lupe Fiasco is no stranger to tackling hot-button political issues. In an impromptu Twitter Q&A taking place this Saturday, the Muslim emcee expressed his belief that Islam is on its way to becoming the world's religion, claiming Americans are more Biblically sinful than Saudi Arabians.
Lupe Fiasco has teamed up with Stand Up To Cancer to drop a brand new single. Available on iTunes on September 5th, "Remission" is the latest in for-charity singles that SU2C has made available for public purchase.
The other day Lupe Fiasco took to Twitter to declare a new initiative for his fans. Lupe announced he'd be offering up a personalized one verse song for fans for the price of $500. He made it clear this is not for a feature or collaboration, but for the fan's own personal enjoyment.