Lupe Fiasco - Lamborghini Angels

Posted 4 years ago
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Mr. Inkredible
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Hopefully there will be no sample drama this time around and we can just focus on the music. For the second single off his upcoming Food & Liquor II album, Lupe Fiasco has chosen Lamborghini Angels, a thoroughly hypnotic affair driven by a beat from Mr. Inkredible that’s by turns pounding and swirling, club banger and underground exercise. For his part Lupe displays some of the lyrical skill that first earned him acclaim, laying down bar after bar of expertly delivered rhymes that, frankly, it’s going to take me a minute to decode. If the rest of Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album, Pt. 1 proves to be as gripping as Lamborghini Angels, when it drops on September 25, Lupe might once again reclaim his spot as one of hip-hop’s best emcees.

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