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iTunes Price: $9.99

Genre: Hip Hop/Rap

Released: Sep 18, 2006

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Lupe Fiasco
Lupe Fiasco

2008
2008

Hip-Hop/R&B: 2006
Hip-Hop/R&B..




Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor – Lupe Fiasco

Name Artist Time Price
1.

Intro Lupe Fiasco 3:06 $1.29
2.

Real (feat. Sarah Green) Lupe Fiasco 4:01 $1.29
3.

Just Might Be O.K. (feat. Gemini) Lupe Fiasco 4:24 $1.29
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Kick, Push Lupe Fiasco 4:15 $1.29
5.

I Gotcha Lupe Fiasco 3:58 $1.29
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The Instrumental (feat. Jonah Matran.. Lupe Fiasco 3:26 $1.29
7.

He Say She Say (feat. Gemini & S.. Lupe Fiasco 4:12 $1.29
8.

Sunshine Lupe Fiasco 3:55 $1.29
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Daydreamin' (feat. Jill Scott) Lupe Fiasco 3:55 $1.29
10.

The Cool Lupe Fiasco 3:46 $1.29
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Hurt Me Soul Lupe Fiasco 4:22 $1.29
12.

Pressure (feat. Jay-Z) Lupe Fiasco 4:47 $1.29
13.

American Terrorist (feat. Matthew Sa.. Lupe Fiasco 4:40 $1.29
14.

The Emperor's Soundtrack Lupe Fiasco 2:56 $1.29
15.

Kick, Push II Lupe Fiasco 4:11 $1.29
16.

Outro Lupe Fiasco 12:13 Album Only


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Our Review

Don’t be fooled by the goofy retro futurism of the album cover, which shoots for a Bambaataa aping electro cool but winds up looking more like a Gap ad gone horribly awry, Lupe Fiasco is neither a po-faced classicist nor a Beans inspired ‘80s revisionist. Instead, Lupe Fiasco's Food and Liquor provides an album's worth of grandiose, soul steeped beats and skillfully elliptical lyrical virtuosity. Those looking for more of the breathless, Escobar inspired flow that won Fiasco a key spot on Kanye’s storming “Touch the Sky” will not be disappointed. And though Fiasco occasionally reverts to awkward platitudes, for the most part he remains as lyrically inventive as he is technically gifted. Fiasco is equally capable of delivering incisive political observations (“American Terrorist”) and scabrous commentary on the state of the Hip-Hop nation, but Lupe is at his best when spitting boy’s eye view coming of age narratives that blend the expansive ambitions of adolescence with the gritty texture of everyday life.

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Customer Reviews

Come in Hip-Hop We've Come to Resurrect You (4 stars)

As a hip-hop purist, I believe that the art form should only be preformed by young black men from New York City. There are very few exceptions to this rule including the Beastie Boys and Kanye West. The latter from Chicago, a city that is poised to become an exception to the rule by itself as Chi-Town has also brought us Common and Rhymefest. The latest from the Windy City is Lupe Fiasco who made a name for himself last year jumping on West



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