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The song will appear in Lupe's new album, 'Tetsuo and Youth', that's expected to be released later this year.
The single, which samples OutKast's 'Rosa Parks', features the smooth hook and beats produced by Ty.
The DJ SimonSayz-produced track is a song that didn't make the cut to Lupe's 'Food and Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album'.
The 'Show Goes On' hitmaker was booted off after he bashed the president during his onstage performance.
Lu raps about the negative affect of the B-word in the African-American community in the retro-styled clip directed by Gil Green.
Serving as the third single off his forthcoming fourth studio album, the new track includes some lines that may draw a controversy.
The music video sees Lupe taking a stroll down the streets and greeting passersby in the neighborhood.
Three more acts added to the list of performers on the show which announces next year's ceremony's nominees live.
While the 'Superstar' rapper spits his verse in a hoodie, the Fall Out Boy frontman dances around in a tuxedo as they sing praises of Chicago in a music video for his first single off 'Soul Punk'.
Unable to get his love interest out of his head, Lupe ends up seeing her in every woman he comes across in this music video for his third single off 'Lasers' album.
Introduced by three young Hollywood girls Selena Gomez, Katie Cassidy and Leighton Meester, the R 'n' B/Hip-Hop duo performs 'Out of My Head'.
Keeping his sense of humor intact as he announces his decision to take a break from show business, the former star of 'Friends' says, 'Please enjoy making fun of me on the World Wide Web.'
The rapper in particular will be performing two numbers from his latest album 'Lasers' which has done him proud by landing at number one on Billboard album charts.
The demo version of B.o.B's hit single 'Airplanes' comes out featuring Lupe and the Paramore lead singer.
Clearing up the air, the 'Superstar' rapper tweets, 'It was NEVER supposed to be a show... The promoters didn't stress to the public the fact that it was supposed to just be a party.'