With his interview career winding down (Tavis Smiley will be the very last next week), Lupe stopped by Sway In The Morning for a very candid conversation. He spoke about validation, gave his opinion on the recent cultural appropriation debate, album sales, the early Tetsuo & Youth singles, people jumping to conclusions on social media, apologizing to Chief Keef and his conflict with Kid Cudi. He also revealed how "Chopper" came to be and says that "Mural" was mostly unwritten. He spoke on the new Chicago scene and said that people like Kendrick Lamar, Dosage, Charlie Clips, Loaded Lux and Daylyt inspire him.
Lupe also turned Sway In The Morning into a bonus round of #PhilosophySunday by posing the question, "Would you rather live in a world where hip-hop doesn't exist because the societal, economic and cultural conditions that created it don't exist either, or leave things as is?". Answer the question in the comments below!
Finally, after blessing Sway In The Morning with freestyle of the year last time, Lupe did his last radio freestyle ever. This one is special as Lupe does a run-down of his entire career thus far, all off the top of the head! Watch below!