Monday, November 3, 2008
Well, rapper Lupe Fiasco is nothing if not ambitious. After 2007's The Cool, which was a very loose concept record telling the story of three different characters: the Cool (introduced on a track from Fiasco's debut record, Food & Liquor), the Streets, and the Game. Let's not forget about Mike History either. Discerning the narrative from the album's tracks was a little bit of a challenge, but that didn't stop The Cool from being one of the best records of its year. So what does Lupe do for a follow-up? Tamper his ambition. Oh, no. No, no, no. Instead, his supposedly final album LupEnd, is going to consist of three discs. Individually, they will be titled Everywhere, Nowhere, and Down Here.
Watch the video at the top of the post.
Lupe Fiasco MySpace Page