In part 1 of Peter Bailey's NiteCap with Lupe Fiasco they discuss the business of hip hop and how it affects the genre's conscious roots
Thank you Peter,Lupe brought through some insightLetlhogonolo Letlhake
I saw a side of Lupe I never saw. Very interesting man. Cudos to LupeBad Chicken
Lupe kicking knowledge!!!Iceberg D
if i could talk like this dude with the intelligence of Lupe, i would be the the smoothest person in the world... i wish Lupe would bring his book club back thoTeko Lewis
His take on sports is just like mineLICKMYNYNE
110 likes and 0 dislikes. Lupe is a legend!Dan Tran
As much respect as I have for Talib Kweli, I have to back Lupe on this. Lupe #1!kawasakininja13
i don't wanna care right nowKendrick Williams
he look like chief keefKelsey Jackson
It's I don't wanna care right now. From Lasers.Antonio Carter
Money is a tool that can be recycled and leveraged. What about time?Journal Wright
Great Interview, Lupe's Shirt Is Off The Chains..."Whose More Gangster, You Because Bought A Crate of AK's (Fully Automatic) or The Russian (Like, Regular Joe Schmo) Who Made Them?" LOLConsciously Speakin'
Does anyone know what song he's performing at the beginning of the video? ThanksProphetic Whirlwind
Dude, EXACTLY!!! I was ready for him to say, "Oh, I have a song about that". *sigh* If only he had said that.aQuaLotus1
yeah i would be very interesting loljfraz1992
omg thats exactly what i was just thinking!Liyla Patel
we are dream in this nightmare...Light on this darkness...children of the same land...rispetto fratello e brilliamo come Angeli,troverò presto il mio cammino! PEACE yoYvon Lare
Good interview my brother.STEELO
damn, Lupe is like an ongoing, processing piece of intelligence hahaMary La
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