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What Lupe Fiasco's Brand Of Hip-Hop Says About Our Political Culture

What Lupe Fiasco’s Brand Of Hip-Hop Says About Our Political Culture

by Jamilah King on October 10 2012, 9:57AM

His outspoken politics aren’t all that surprising. But they’re unique at a time when hip-hop’s afraid to be too confrontational.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Why We Need More Songs Like Lupe Fiasco's 'B@#ch Bad'

Why We Need More Songs Like Lupe Fiasco’s ‘B@#ch Bad’

by Akiba Solomon on August 30 2012, 12:17PM

Lupe Fiasco’s sonic and visual exploration of the bad b@#ch phenomenon has sparked lots of critique. I’m too busy celebrating it to split ideological hairs.

Topics: Gender

Lupe Fiasco Breaks Down Watching 2006 MTV Interview Near Home

Lupe Fiasco Breaks Down Watching 2006 MTV Interview Near Home

by Jorge Rivas on July 27 2012, 12:24PM

“Some of the kids aren’t going to make it out of there,” Lupe Fiasco says, getting emotional after seeing a 2006 MTV News interview from his childhood block.

Topics: Criminal Justice, /NOW

Akon Responds to Lupe: Obama's No Terrorist, But Maybe GOP Is

Akon Responds to Lupe: Obama’s No Terrorist, But Maybe GOP Is

by Jorge Rivas on August 3 2011, 12:43PM

WATCH: The Senegalese-born R&B star responds to Lupe Fiasco’s critique of President Obama, saying he’s seen for himself how differently the world thinks about America now.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Lupe Fiasco Debates Bill O'Reilly on Obama Being 'Biggest Terrorist'

Lupe Fiasco Debates Bill O’Reilly on Obama Being ‘Biggest Terrorist’

by Jorge Rivas on June 23 2011, 1:01PM

The rapper agreed to appear on the show to defend his controversial comments about the president.

Topics: Arts & Culture

Lupe Fiasco Calls President Obama the 'Biggest Terrorist'

Lupe Fiasco Calls President Obama the ‘Biggest Terrorist’

by Jamilah King on June 9 2011, 2:18PM

The rapper’s criticism isn’t surprising. But it does show that not everyone in hip-hop’s mainstream can be easily swayed by the president.

Topics: Arts & Culture

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