Ed Sheeran has easily been deemed one of our generation’s most charming, soft-spoken crooners. Having churned out myriad chart-topping tunes — “Thinking Out Loud,” “The A Team” and “Photograph," to name just a few — it suffices to say that Ed has a knack for making great music...
Lupe Fiasco is on the promotional trail for his latest album 'Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1.' The Chicago rapper appeared on 'The Late Show with David Letterman' Thursday (Sept. 27) for a performance of 'Battle Scars' with Australian singer Guy Sebastian.
Lupe Fiasco has always been outspoken about the America's political system and President Obama's overall leadership. So as Americans try to figure out who to vote for in the upcoming presidential elections, the Chicago rhyme-slinger has stated that he's not planning to vote on Nov. 6.
It looks as if Lupe Fiasco is retiring from the rap game. Just weeks until he releases his new album 'Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1,' the Chicago rapper went on Twitter Wednesday (Sept. 5) to announce his pending retirement.
After releasing the provocative 'B---- Bad' video, Lupe Fiasco reverts to a softer yet earnest tone in his new clip 'Battle Scars.' The song is clearly for pop radio consumption with its yearning vocals from 'Australian Idol' winner Guy Sebastian.
Lupe Fiasco will have everyone talking about his powerful video for 'B--- Bad,' which features depictions of blackface and stereotypical images often associated with African-Americans. The Chicago rapper doesn't want to incite controversy with his clip, he wants to provoke conversations about the negative images found in hip-hop music.