Shout out to everyone who's gonna get my 3rd album, Lasers, one of the, if not THE most demanded album of 2009, 2010 and 2011. I don't care who the fuck puts an album out, it ain't gonna be better than mine and you can tell 'em I said it.
I don't want to be super Lupe Fiasco lyrical & say shit n***** don't understand.
Vibe: How did you get down with Lupe’s supergroup, All City Chess Club?
Blu: I talked to Lupe on the phone about the crew. He’s the head honcho with All City Chess Club. He really just gave me call on the random one day [laughs]. For some reason, I thought it was Bilal.But we chopped it up for a while. And a little while later he shot me the “I’m Beaming (Remix)” to get on there. I’m still waiting and wanting to lay some verses with them. I’m definitely down with recording an album.
Donnis: I can’t really speak on the Lupe situation because of what happened. I just know hearsay and then the fact that me and Lupe haven’t met yet, we keep passing each other in the halls. But he just got a date, so you got to be happy whenever you get a day. I think it’s like March 8,  or something like that. I’m looking forward to it, he’s a phenomenal artist, and I can’t wait to hear what he’s been working on. I heard some of it. - Click HERE to read the whole interview!
"Me and Lupe [Fiasco] rock more on just being brothers, man. That's somebody I can call up and chop it up with, if I'm goin' through it, or vice-versa with him. I consider him to be an uncle to my child. Even right now, he's going through the situation he's going through with [Lasers] not comin' out, and he's goin' through somethin' kinda similar to what I'm goin' through [with the radio ban], so that's why I'm 10 toes down with him."
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As we inch closer to our biggest and most time consuming season in our over half a decade of existence, we bring to you the final installment in the O/A Original Anarchist propaganda series.In the final video we bring our focus towards Robert Anton Wilson; philosopher, psychologist, essayist, editor, playwright, futurist, polymath, agnostic mystic and self-proclaimed independent anarchist.Re-establishing the relationship between the word Anarchy and Solidarity is the primary message, we work to bring a positive connotation to the word and it’s aesthetic. - FALSE
PREVIOUSLY: Original Anarchist - “Voice of the Underground”
Every generation needs a revolution. –Thomas Jefferson
It took me two days to write this piece. This time, it wasn’t my incessant procrastination or lack of inspiration. It was the absence of a paragon to start with however, I’ve found it.
After dismissing the notion that this word might be too strong an adjective for “Fiasco Friday”, I decided that the protest turned celebration wasn’t only about an LP or a specific artist. Matthew, one of the organizers, conveyed it on the megaphone best, “We’re here to let
This was a historic day, and I tried my best to capture the magic.
Every single person there helped make this a revolutionary moment in music history. It is because of Lupe Fiasco that we all had enough passion to come together on a cold Friday afternoon and march for something we love. That in itself is beautiful.
Enjoy more pictures HERE.
Although they (CRS) recently dropped "Don't Stop" as part of Yeezy's G.O.O.D. Friday series, Lupe maintains the future of the project is at the mercy of fans.When MTV News caught up with the Chicago lyricist in New York last weekend, he said the trio is gauging the feedback to their music and will then decide whether to forge ahead with new tracks."If people really want it, then we'll do it," Lupe said. "But if the demand is not there, it'll just be as we get to it."
Let's not forget that there was a #FiascoFriday march in Chicago yesterday, too. Here are some pics of it and guess what; none other than Lupe's mom came out to show those kids some love. More pics after the jump.
"It's really an incredible moment, after doing all this work, to really see Lupe Fiasco in front of you," La Corte told MTV News of the event, which he organized with Morrelli without having ever met his fellow Lupe Fiasco fan."I went up and shook [Lupe's] hand, asked him to make a speech for us, and it was really a culminating moment for a fantastic experience for all of us here."
Warner Music Group's CEO, Lyor Cohen, joined the Fiasco Friday crowd today outside of Atlantic Records. He made his entrance by carrying a boombox that was playing Lupe Fiasco's upcoming single. There were mixed responses coming from the fans. Some were thrilled to hear the track and others were frustrated with Cohen.
In the end, Cohen drew a crowd outside of the fenced-in rally area that nearly shut the protest down. While some speculated that this was all an act meant to end the rally, NYPD thankfully allowed for Fiasco Friday to carry on.
Lupe will perform outside of the McDonough Gymnasium in Washington D.C. on Oct. 30th 2010. This concert is marking a revitalization of Georgetown’s fall concert, which has been on hiatus since 2007.Doors will open at 8:30 p.m., with Lupe Fiasco performing from 9:30 p.m. to midnight. Tickets will be sold in Red Square and online for $25 before the concert and for $30 at the door. - TheHoya