As reported by the Chicago Tribune, 17-year-old emcee RondoNumbaNine, whose real name is Clint Massey, has been arrested on murder charges stemming from the fatal February shooting of dispatch driver Javan Boyd.
There's no slowing down Lupe. After hitting us with a slew of records this past week, including “Snitches”, "Snitches 2”, and “DopeBoysAtAllStarWeekend”, the Chicago emcee returned on Monday night for yet another release for fans.
It appears Lupe is in the giving mood this week. After releasing his Ty Dolla $ign-assisted single “Snitches” on Thursday night, and “Snitches 2” shortly after, the Chicago emcee decided to start our weekends off with yet another release.
Well here’s a nice treat for Lupe fans. In matter of two hours, Lupe decided to release the sequel to his newly released single “Snitches” featuring Ty Dolla $ign. The Chicago emcee delivers a nice melodic flow on this one while spittin' bout them #drogas over the SX-produced beat.
While we wait on new cuts from Lupe Fiasco's anticipated album Testuo & Youth (all we've heard thus far is "Old School Love") he's decided to give us an ignant look with "Thot 97." This follows up the more conscious "Piru Blues" which was a throwaway from his 2012 release Food & Liquor II: The Gr
Check out Piru Blues, the latest track from Lupe Fiasco, which dropped on Wednesday, December 25th, 2013. Lupe Fiasco's movement grows stronger with each new release, and Piru Blues has further strengthened that fact.
Lupe Fiasco has been in the news for some bizarre reasons this year-- from getting a tomato thrown at him, to writing a mystery novel on Twitter, so it's always good to hear some updates about his music.
Lupe Fiasco has been known to be pretty erratic on Twitter, which lead to him making his account private. While he's been a little more subdued since the privacy change, he's begun work on a fairly strange project through the outlet.
Lupe Fiasco doesn't have the most easy-going reputation as a rapper. This past weekend fans of the rapper saw that come to life, when Lupe cut his Salt Lake City show early after someone in the crowd threw a tomato at him.