23 comments:

  1. Ahhhh yeahhh!!! :D

    I'm gonna go play some Marvel VS Capcom 3 right now. Its a good game, just sucks that it doesn't support custom tracks or else I'd be rocking FOTP at the same time :D

    Salaam :)

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  2. Wow that is crazy!!! Dam Lu u really deserve it :')

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  3. I'd take that over a grammy any day. Suck it Kanye!

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  4. i didn't even know he was a gamer?!
    what does he play?

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  5. ^ WFT?

    So you've been a fan since Lasers? LOL. Come on dude..

    PS: I am in no way saying that fans who only know about Lupe Fiasco post Lasers aren't real fans. I just think that poster was stupid :P

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  6. LUPE FIASCO NAMED ONE OF THE BIGGEST UPSETS IN HIP HOP HISTORY WITH THE RELEASE OF LASER, FOTP.

    Wasulu was destined for greatness, from the start he was admired by fans across the world. Some said he was the next Nas, Tupac, and Andre 300 rolled into one. Fast forward to 2007; Wasulu emerged as a star with the release of two successful albums along with a couple grammy nods. After a 4 year haitus many of his fans were still backing him up. They had reason to back Lu because of Enemy Of the State and his past work. Then the day of reckoning came in march 2011.......doomsday. Fans across the globe were amazed at his transformation from the old and respectable Wasulu, to this new and annoying Lupe. It wasn't just Lasers. It was him. He went on numerous interviews saying he hated the album. Many fans understood that there was still hope, while many others still admired Lasers. It should be noted that Lasers wasn't that bad. It was different. The hooks were very elaborated and overdramatic. There were too many features as well. There was still hope in the world for old school Lupe fans because "Atlantic made him do Lasers." That was fine but in late 2011 Fiasco released FOTP. People were tired. They understood that artists change, and like to try different genres. What they did not understand was WHY. FOTP sounded like Lasers. He said Lasers was not him. fuck lupe. hes like jay electronica now, releasing music every 9 months. but its worse. his music is trash now.

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  7. FOTP doesn't sound anything like lasers only a fool uneducated in music would think it does. Lupe fans are fucking annoying as shit. Y'all are nonthing but a bunch of fucking drama queens. Like look at the post above me really? "the day reckoning" get that shit out of here with yo bitch ass.

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  8. How dare you say FOTP sounds like LASERS with tracks like Double Burger with Cheese, Joaquin Phoenix, SLR, and SUPER COLD.

    I have got to admit. I hated Lupe Fiasco forever at first when I heard FOTP for the first time. BUT then a week later I decided to give FOTP a second listen and was like LUPE WENT HAM ON THE TAPE.

    Lupe Back, Double Burger With Cheese, Joaquin Phoenix, SLR, LOL WWJD He's Prolly LOL Like WTF, Light Work, and SUPER COLD contain the SUPER LUPE RAP we have come to know and love. Please listen to the tracks I mentioned while ignoring the beats and focus heavily on the lyrics and you'll see that Lupe Fiasco is better than Nas, Tupac, and Andre 3000 combined.

    Food and Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album

    #cantwait

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  9. *LUPE FIASCO WILL BE NAMED ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ARTIST IN HIP HOP HISTORY WITH THE RELEASE OF F&L2.

    Wasulu was destined for greatness, from the start he was admired by fans across the world. Some said he was the next Nas, Tupac, and Andre 3000 rolled into one. Fast forward to 2007; Wasulu emerged as a star with the release of two successful albums along with a couple grammy nods. After 4 tought years many of his fans were still backing him up. They had reason to back Lu because of Enemy Of the State and his past work. Then the day of reckoning came in march 2011.......his return. Fans across the globe were amazed at his transformation from the old and respectable Wasulu, to this new and confident Lupe. It wasn't just Lasers. It was him. He went on numerous interviews saying he hated the process of making the album. Many fans understood that there was still hope, while many other fans still admired Lasers. It should be noted that Lasers wasn't that bad. It was different. Some of the hooks were very popular in sound. There were many features as well. There was still hope in the world because Lupe came to save the day once again. That was epic then in late 2011 Fiasco released FOTP. People were ecstatic. They understood that artists are progressive, and like to try different genres. They understood WHY - Lupe wanted to make a statement and cross boundaries. FOTP did not sound like Lasers. He said Lasers was his most personal album. Good for Lupe. He's like Bob Marley now, releasing conscious music that speaks about important social problems every time you hear it. But its even better. His music is getting more attention now and he's still alive!*

    Now this sounds better :)

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  10. *LUPE FIASCO WILL BE NAMED ONE OF THE MOST IMPORTANT ARTIST IN HIP HOP HISTORY WITH THE RELEASE OF F&L2.

    Wasulu was destined for greatness, from the start he was admired by fans across the world. Some said he was the next Nas, Tupac, and Andre 3000 rolled into one. Fast forward to 2007; Wasulu emerged as a star with the release of two successful albums along with a couple grammy nods. After 4 tought years many of his fans were still backing him up. They had reason to back Lu because of Enemy Of the State and his past work. Then the day of reckoning came in march 2011.......his return. Fans across the globe were amazed at his transformation from the old and respectable Wasulu, to this new and confident Lupe. It wasn't just Lasers. It was him. He went on numerous interviews saying he hated the process of making the album. Many fans understood that there was still hope, while many other fans still admired Lasers. It should be noted that Lasers wasn't that bad. It was different. Some of the hooks were very popular in sound. There were many features as well. There was still hope in the world because Lupe came to save the day once again. That was epic then in late 2011 Fiasco released FOTP. People were ecstatic. They understood that artists are progressive, and like to try different genres. They understood WHY - Lupe wanted to make a statement and cross boundaries. FOTP did not sound like Lasers. He said Lasers was his most personal album. Good for Lupe. He's like Bob Marley now, releasing conscious music that speaks about important social problems every time you hear it. But its even better. His music is getting more attention now and he's still alive!*

    Now that's more like it.

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  11. ^Sorry for posting that twice guys

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  12. dudes got so much to say about lasers like they've heard it more than once lol what a contradiction

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  13. Lol Atlantic records trolling the lupend blog still?

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  14. Lmao really?! Wth. Leave the negative bring the positive

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  15. @theanonwithlongasscomments I don't get wat ur doing lol

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  16. delayed reply, but to the guy that said i jumped on after Lasers... i been a fan of Lupe's since his hypebeast days. i remember him posting about anime but not games. and he mentions streetfighter on Gold Watch, but to get an award as an influential gamer i think you have to have played more than streetfighter and referenced sonic on a song.

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