Lupe Fiasco – Forest Fires


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Lupe Fiasco’s free-form frenzy proceeds.

While everybody has been lauding Jadakiss’ Verzuz execution, Lupe Fiasco has been discreetly proceeding with his bar-ridden free-form frenzy. Over the previous week, the Food and Liquor has dropped off a few expressive centers, including “Train A Man How To Fish,” “Carrera Luis Hamilton Jr.,” “On Your Left,” “SBA Lu,” and “Whale Wit.” His most recent run of freestyles has even caught the consideration of Tyler, the Creator, who as of late took to Twitter to give the Chicago-conceived rapper his props.

Today, Lupe Fiasco has demonstrated indeed that he is truth be told “going off the deep end,” by dropping off a new free-form over the notable instrumental to Kendrick Lamar’s “Sing About Me.”


Named “Woodland Fires,” the one-minute expressive exercise opens up with Lupe explaining that this is simply “evening practice.” as well as getting some ideal Veruz and Jason’s Lyric blocks off, Lupe additionally vigorously prods his next collection, which he as of late guaranteed might be named “Drill Music In Zion.”

Give Lupe’s most recent free-form a tune in underneath and let us know whether you’re anticipating a full assortment of work from the Tetsuo and Youth craftsman.

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