Lupe Fiasco has released his 1940s-themed music video for the single 'Paris Tokyo'.
Lupe Fiasco has generously posted his new video for single "Paris, Tokyo" on his official YouTube account. The song is the fourth single from his 2007 album, "The Cool" and probably the last from the set before he puts up another album titled "LupEnd" this year.
The video is employing a 1940s theme where the rapper hops on a classic train and at one point rides a camel. Lupe will embark on a tour, supporting Kanye West and accompanied by N.E.R.D and Rihanna beginning this Wednesday, April 16 in Seattle. Kanye has given a little peek into the concept and the stage of this tour which will be dubbed "Glow in the Dark Tour Ignited by Absolut 100".
Lupe is due to release one more album before he moves on being a literary figure. The rapper will release "LupEnd" later this year and then he will retire from the music industry to work on his book about a window washer.
On other news, Lupe announced on his MySpace that he will sign his "Cool" CD on April 19 starting from 3:00 P.M. in Campbell, CA.
Lupe Fiasco, "Paris, Tokyo":