NOW Magazine reviews Lupe Fiasco's Lasers


Lasers gets 4/5 N's from Toronto's NOW Magazine. Check what they wrote:

Lupe Fiasco’s third album finally gets a release after two years in major-label limbo, which came to a head last summer when fans started a petition and protested outside Atlantic’s headquarters.

Oddly, Lasers is Fiasco’s most commercial-sounding album – but think of it as club music with a conscience. The Chicago wordsmith wraps his skilful flow and incendiary rhymes about politics, social strife and race relations around feel-good club beats and massive, singalong choruses. In doing so, he effectively erases the invisible line that separates brain from booty.

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4 comments:

  1. I'm feelin this review...it is exactly what I was thinkin.

    club beats with a conscience

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  2. I feel the same as you both, 'he effectively erases the invisible line that separates brain from booty.' sums it up for me.

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