Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Exclusive Lupe Fiasco Singles to be released via iTunes


Having just released Lamborghini Angels, Lupe will keep the ball rolling as we get closer to the album release date.

According to iTunes' Complete My Album, we can expect "Form Follows Function" to be released 2 weeks from now on August 28th. Another 2 weeks after that, a previously unannounced song titled "How Dare You" will drop on September 11th.


Be on the look out for the video to Bitch Bad which should be dropping soon, and of course be ready for Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Part 1 to be available everywhere on September 25th!

Side note: We can't confirm yet whether the black box in the picture above is the album cover or just a place-holder at iTunes. But considering the format of the artwork for the singles, we can't count anything out when it comes to Lupe, hahaha!

10 comments:

  1. "How Dare You" dropping on 9/11? Wonder what that song is about... :P

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  2. Lupe isn't playing at all with this album.

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  3. It's gonna be a long two weeks waiting for FFF

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  4. Is that the cover? I actually wouldn't be surprised if the album cover is all black. The artwork for the singles has been simple yet powerful so I can see why Lu would give 'America' an all black cover...also FOTP cover, ABE...hmm....might piss some people off tho! lol

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  5. This album is so far one of the best...... I can't wait for the next singles.

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  6. NO WAY!!

    'How Dare You' drops on 9/11???

    "9/11 Building Seven, Did they really pull it?"

    CAN'T WAIT!!

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  7. he should use http://i.imgur.com/fQ0h7.jpg for How dare you

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  8. Hmmm I hope Form Follows Function doesn't go the way of All Black Everything especially if its as good as Lupe says it is. I actually want FFF to be pushed and have a video for it unlike what happened with ABE.

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