21 comments:

  1. sounds like they in the toilet )

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  2. confirmed the radio dj is an idiot. I was going to go and pin-point something but he just keeps saying stupid shit. So I can't be bothered going on about it.

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  3. yea and he was not listening to what lupe was sayin at all really

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  4. LOOOL @ "I'd smack my son If I heard him say I think I'm Big Meech you think you big who ?!

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  5. Yes the radio host is an idiot.

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  6. This world is so blind.

    Just because this is the way hip-hop is today, doesn't mean that this is what it's SUPPOSED to be.

    People always settling for less.
    People don't believe in positive change enough to step up and recognize what's going on, or be that person to point out all of this wrong doing that's going on ...we [they] just take it for what it is...

    Bottom line: This world & our minds are corrupt.

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  7. HAHAHAH this shitt was so funny, dudes were trying to disway Lupe and his message but Lu was like--fuck this we argue all day but its just a matter of opinion...LUPE YOU FORREAL, AND YOU SPEAK THE TRUTH! Much love & FNF ^

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  8. I think i'm Lu-pe, Jimi Hendrix.
    Hope you went to vote, and never did dope.

    lol this was a funny ass interview

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  9. damn lupe is one intellectual dude...

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  10. Clearly this radio dj is a avid listener of this mind-numbing denegrating "music"(if that's what you call it) that's being played on the radio on a constant basis which is why he tried to argue that if this "conscience" music is so good then why isn't it as popular as waka or whomever. Lupe made him feel guilty for liking that radio garbage. At the end of the day, alot of people who buy into the ignorant music are unare and they go with whatever is being sholved down there throat because that's what they have been taught to go with. MOST PEOPLE DON'T LIKE LISTEN TO THE WORDS.THEY LIKE THE BEAT.

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  11. Clearly this radio dj is a avid listener of this mind-numbing denegrating "music"(if that's what you call it) that's being played on the radio on a constant basis which is why he tried to argue that if this "conscience" music is so good then why isn't it as popular as waka or whomever. Lupe made him feel guilty for liking that radio garbage. At the end of the day, alot of people who buy into the ignorant music are unare and they go with whatever is being sholved down there throat because that's what they have been taught to go with. MOST PEOPLE DON'T LIKE LISTEN TO THE WORDS.THEY LIKE THE BEAT.

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  12. Now this is the Lupe I learned to love...Thats right, stick t your grounds. Those DJs were trying to play him for-real. I know exactly what Lu talking about with the whle Rick Ross and all. It Hurts-Me-Soul when I see kids...lil kids mouthing the lyrics of gangstas. I too would pop my son in the mouth if he said such ish...need to be mouthing MLK, Malcolm,smh. WE CAN DO BETTER BUT WE CHOOSE NOT TOO.

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  13. I don't think that the DJ was stupid. He was very unbiased and just asked regular questions that any normal interviewer would. I enjoyed the interview, though Lupe was being sorta vague. Some fans need to get a different perspective and see this from a regular persons point-of-view. Cause honestly, all of this knowledge and truth that Lupe raps is all wasted if non of us do anything with it.

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  14. @ NyrisJ ..and you don't think creating a 30,000 signature petition, & forming, executing, and showing up for a protest for the knowledge and truth we believe in and support is not "doing anything with it?"

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  15. ^^Co-sign. I dont know about the Kweli or Common fans....but Lupe fans go hard! We not only support his music and other ventures...but we also incorporate his raps into our own lives. What other artist has petitions and rallies? Dr. Detox has been promised for 10 years and I havent heard of no petition of any sort.

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  16. Don't misunderstand me. Using the empowering words of Lupe to decide to stand up for what you believe in is great. I actually signed the petition 5 times. What I mean is that a lot of people are hypocrites and will listen to this music and talk about how much they like Fiasco but then not buy an album, or practice what he raps about, or even believe what he talks about. I actually have discovered myself with the help of Food and Liquor, The Cool, and even the LASERS manifesto. Those combined creations of Lupe helped me form my persona while in High School. I am a huge fan of Lupe Fiasco and he is one of my few idols and role models, and thats not as a rapper, but as a human being.

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  17. @Nyris he was asking questions that people would ask if they buy into the idea that what sells the most is the best. That may be "normal" but it's certainly not unbiased.

    There isn't a problem with asking these types of questions but he wasn't really listening to the answers that Lupe was giving with an open mind.

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  18. i love lupe, and all his music and respect everything that he does. but the dj makes a good point. its fri evening you are tired from work and you just wanna listen to a club banger and go out. good unbaised interview in my opinion.

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  19. party music can be whatever music you want it to be

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