A month after Lupe Fiasco’s Lasers debuted at number one, his lead single, “The Show Goes On” has earned him another platinum plaque. This mark’s Lupe’s second single to surpass a million in sales. The first being 2007’s “Superstar.” Congratulations. lupend via chartnew
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Lupe Fiasco was a part of a panel discussion last night for Bun B’s Religion and Hip Hop Culture Class at Rice University. Others on the panel included Talib Kweli, Trae Tha Truth, Malice and more. Above Ozone captures the discussion on the subject of rappers as role models. After the jump, a clip of Lupe.
Lupe’s no choir boy, but he does cover the May 2011 edition of XXL. Below he gives another reaction to Lasers debuting at number one on Billboard. Issue hits newsstands April 26th. I wasn’t completely overwhelmed, because now I have to go into the business meetings,” he said. “Now I’m waiting for, ‘If you didn’t say you hated the album in that interview, we would have done 300,000.’”
We didn’t think this actually existed but now, DOTR comes through with Lupe Fiasco’s version of Bobby Ray’s hit single, “Airplanes”. This ain’t bad, but we might have to fly wit the original.
[vodpod id=Video.5900195&w=540&h=350&fv=] Lupe was a guest on the latest installment of MTV’s When I Was 17. He talks about his first rhymes and everything else that happened during his formative years. yardie
[vodpod id=Video.5890647&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] Lu’ is currently on tour and stopped by Grant Hill’s alma mater last night. In the clip provided by iRockCollege, here he is performing “Scream” for the student body.
According to Bobby Ray’s handlers, this was an early track for Lupe’s Lasers, but was left on the cutting room. But now, it makes its way onto the Internet. Produced by B.o.B. and Lupe themselves.