Apr 27, 2012 Atlantic Records
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Jan 22, 2012 Atlantic Records
www.thehiphopchronicle.com Sumit of The Hip Hop Chronicle UK (www.thehiphopchronicle.com) sat down with Lupe Fiasco earlier today. Key highlights of the interview: – “The Show Must Go On” was a song chosen by the label to be the first single – “State Run Radio” was a song inspired by Trae The Truth being banned from radio, Lupe says that’s one of his favourite tracks off Lasers. – The first time Waslu met Lupe Fiasco and his reveals his first rapping name, Lyrical Underground. The rapper explains why he still feels lyrically underground. – Lupe also reveals he should release a brand new Japanese Cartoon and new album later this year. Thanks to Atlantic Records
Aug 21, 2011 Atlantic Records
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Apr 9, 2011 Atlantic Records
Lupe Fiasco’s ‘Airplanes’ (Demo) Ft. Hayley Williams Emerges
The demo version of B.o.B ’s hit single ‘Airplanes’ comes out featuring Lupe and the Paramore lead singer.
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Apr 22, 2010 Atlantic Records
I read a while back that Lupe Fiasco was going to make “Lasers” and another album before LupE.N.D. It said that his label would not let him drop LupE.N.D. without these 2 albums. For me I think it is unfair, because Atlantic Records (his label) is basically using him to make profits.