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Despite plans to retire, public feud with his record label and the long delay of his third album, Lupe emerged as a winner with 'Lasers'.
The 'Words I Never Said' rapper makes it up to his fans for his canceled gig at SXSW by announcing tour dates across North America.
Due to vocal problem, the 29-year-old rapper was forced to abort his first show at the South By Southwest festival.
Lupe scores his first chart topper with 'Lasers', ruling this week's U.S. albums chart which is flooded with new entries.
When the chairman of Atlantic Records gave the single to B.o.B instead of him, Lupe Fiasco felt devastated and upset.
After coming up with the song ideas that didn't match with the band's image, Fiasco reveals he formed the punk band and adopted a British accent to lead the group.
The second offering of Lupe Fiasco's March 8 studio album 'Lasers' is a politically-charged single featuring Skylar Gray.
Promised to spark controversy, the Alex da Kid-produced single will be released in full on February 1 and feature Skylar Gray.
The rapper was excited to meet teens with talent during a charity event in New York, but does not have plan to make teaching a full-time job.
The rappers would urge their fans to donate a small amount of money to the country which has been struck by the worst flooding in a century.
The Bad Boy/Atlantic Records artist tags along the two rappers for a shoulder-to-shoulder dance in this black-and-white music video.
N.E.R.D have stunned their fans at a free show in New York as they introduced Fiasco and sent audience into overdrive.
The scouting alert mentions that the film needs 'a 1960's, South-American or Central American island feel for the production'.
The three Atlantic Records artists are seen dancing shoulder-to-shoulder in a sneak peek video of 'Tightrope' remix.
The Atlantic Records' artist, who is currently touring with B.o.B, treats his fans with a music video for one of his 'Lasers' singles.