Lupe Fiasco – Building Minds Faster

Written by Rizoh. Posted in Music

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Published on July 25, 2010 with 2 Comments

“I think I’m Malcolm X, Martin Luther, add a “King,” add a “Jr,” some Bible verses, a couple Sunas, and AK 47, that’s a revolution. I think I’m 2Pac, Bob Marley, Fela Kuti, Marcus Garvey. Them the real ones.” © Lupe Fiasco

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Lupe transforms Ricky Rozay’s “B.M.F.” into revolutionary anthem. From the references, Lu must have cut this while hanging out in Houston for Trae Day. That beat runs antithetical to Lu’s voice, but his lyrical references make it worth the spin. Still, I can’t help but imagine what Nickel Nine would do with it?




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  1. I get the idea but I'm not digging the flow this.

  2. Well compared to Rick Ross, this was some lyrical genius. Lupe is the best MC in the game at the moment; however, he is under appreciated and does not create music that is ignorant or dumb in any matter. There is always some metaphors, similes, and other literary terms…. He is just really great.

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