17 comments:

  1. Waits for the bitching and moaning to begin..."Oh,Lupe Sold out" "Lupe Is now commercial and mainstream"...

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  2. Is this considered an achievement?

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  3. YO REAL TALK THS ISH IS GUD FO HIS CAREER YO REAL TALK SO MUCH HATE DESE DAYS

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  4. This is good for nobody's career. Now is for pop music, Lupe doesn't want to be pop..and none of us want him to be

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  5. ^^^ ey real talk homie das on sum ol hipster shit nahmean? i mean real talk we al kno pop mean dat shit ges populr nahmean? real talk das only gon spred mah nigga lus mssg of dat positv shit nahmean? i mean real talk is 1 thin wen u got da labl fukin u but real talk is anothr thing wen u be goin pop feelme?

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  6. Now That's What I Call Recognition!

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  7. LOL now you know you've made it when your song is featured on a "Now That's What I Call Music" CD. Congrats Lu, but i'm still looking forward to you beasting out on FOTP and F&L2!!!!

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  8. man Mah real goonz kno the nigga lu is on some bluhead shit, yadadamean? Fuck the haterz and it's on to the next one...lol like that nigga jay said. bitches need to shut the fuck up fore I fuck em up. Lu gettin them swag points bitchez....don't hate, yadada?

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  9. ^^^^

    Oh, ffs, I just got used to Cheeaah, now you come along? SMMFH . . . >_<

    Anyway, who's surprised? Add a child voice rapping and TSGO WILL be on Kidz Bop. Bank on it, buddy.

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  10. Luella- embrace weirdness. Love life love the changes life bestows . Always Embrace uniqueness

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  11. Atlantic officially got what they wanted out of Lupe, a pop radio hit. Let us hope we get Food & Liquor 2 without Atlantic's fingerprints all over it.

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