19 comments:

  1. "The rapping thing"

    Man, gotta love this guy :D

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  2. Sounds like a excuse to have more delays on what people really care about "his music "

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  3. still getting new album this year. god damn yall dont appreciate shit. enjoy the 250+ songs he already has given us

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    1. And you know for sure we are getting an album to buy by the end of the year how? Yes I said buy!

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    2. You don't know. Usually when an artist does a business venture, they're busy focusing on the marketing campaign of their product. They aren't focusing on putting together the loose ends of an album. The marketing campaign of putting out an takes months. So I'll say December or next year.

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  4. Cool but he is just 1 of many artist that have the same title. Do not really know what he is trying to accomplish, besides making some money since he is a investor, with this venture. Am I the only one that finds it ironic he talks about "Cupertino heart with Chinese parts Built by the poor, but designed by the smart", yet the only way to participate in higi is by buying a Iphone,in turn supporting inhumane labor conditions. Come on Lu, stop with the hypocrisy. -Apps

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    1. I understand what you mean, it makes complete sense. "If it ain't making dollars, then it ain't making sense".

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    2. lupe is all about wellness and life-efficiency and that's what the app does.

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    3. Anons I see what you both are saying, but like Henry said, Lupe is promoting wellness with this app. If it takes off it will have a massive impact on knowledge about health and wellness - something America desperately needs. The fact that it takes a holistic approach by including social factors like community involvement will also impact people in terms of their level of activism in their communities, which negates your assumption of hypocrisy on Lu's part...

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    4. I think WWJD just shows an example of consumerism and slick marketing indirectly taking control of lives turning em to mush. Not some sermon on evil iPhones. This app is supposed to do the opposite and help some lives.

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  5. Yo yall calm down. Obviously he's addicted to Lupe, and just want his fix. Let this man be addicted

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  6. i think it's cool. Do yo thang Lu!

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  7. Let the man do what he wants. The problem with a lot of music fans is that they think they own the artist or the artist needs to only appease them. If he doesn't want to make another album agaib, that's his choice. Let him do what makes him happy in life.

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  8. If the social media part wasn't involved in this, I would think this was an amazing thing. I don't see what using twitter and facebook has to do with being healthy. It does make sense though if you look at it from a marketing perspective. Either way, I won't be using this.

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