On Wednesday, conscious rapper Lupe came back to D.C. for WPGC’s sold-out last Winter Fling at the Fillmore in Silver Spring. As everyone expected him to do something controversial, he simply gave a stunning performance.
President Barack Obama’s second inauguration almost went off without a hitch. Even the silencing of Lupe Fiasco, who was thrown off stage after singing an anti-Obama song, was hushed and relegated to the margins. […]
Lupe Fiasco was escorted off stage by security during a performance at StartUp RockOn’s Inauguration celebration Sunday night after dissing President Obama. At the event, Fiasco didn’t hesitate to criticize the president, announcing that he […]
Lupe Fiasco took his bristling political rap to an inaugural ball event on Sunday (January 20) night and was booted from the stage. Fiasco reportedly performed his anti-war hymn “Words I Never Said” for more […]
He stands with Kanye West, Jay-Z, The Black Keys’ Dan Auerbach, fun., and Mumford & Sons as the six artists who have six nominations each, topping all other artists.
Don’t expect Lupe Fiasco to pledge allegiance to the flag. The outspoken political rapper recently explained why he won’t stand by the stars and stripes and why his anti-voting stance is not meant to be anti-patriotic.
Lupe Fiasco has upped the ante in his tiff with comedian D.L. Hughley. The rapper recently asked Hughley to put his money alongside his criticism.
Lupe Fiasco may have made peace with Chief Keef, but a new beef could be brewing with jokester D.L Hughley. The comedian and political commentator had some harsh words for Lupe based on the rapper’s recent claims that he is not going to vote in the upcoming election.
It appears that Lupe Fiasco is ready to bury the hatchet with Chief Keef. Following a very public Twitter beef that ignited after Lupe said he was in fear of the culture that Keef represents, Lupe has softened his stance.
Lupe Fiasco is ready to walk away from hip-hop. And the outspoken MC points to an unsettling threat made by up-and-coming star Chief Keef and the current skyrocketing murder rate in his Chicago hometown as signs for him to throw down the mic.