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Lupe Fiasco

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The Show Goes On Lupe Fiasco 03:59
Superstar (feat. Matthew Santos) Lupe Fiasco, Matthew Santos 04:49
Battle Scars (with Guy Sebastian) Lupe Fiasco, Guy Sebastian 04:10
Kick, Push Lupe Fiasco 04:14
Daydreamin' (feat. Jill Scott) Lupe Fiasco, Jill Scott 03:54
Superstar (Radio Edit) [feat. Matthew Santos] Lupe Fiasco, Matthew Santos 03:57
The Coolest Lupe Fiasco 05:12
Paris, Tokyo Lupe Fiasco 04:30
Hello/Goodbye (Uncool) [feat. Unkle] Lupe Fiasco, UNKLE 04:26
Hip-Hop Saved My Life (feat. Nikki Jean) Lupe Fiasco, Nikki Jean 04:02

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As the early 2000s hip-hop scene drowned in aggression, bravado and bling, Lupe Fiasco was a throwback to an era of more articulate, socially conscious rap stars and became dubbed 'the geek MC' thanks to his love of comic books and skateboarding, his fluid freestyles to jazzy beats and his penchant for dropping references to Noam Chomsky and George Orwell.

Born Wasalu Muhammad Jaco into a Muslim family in Chicago, his tough inner city neighbourhood was plagued with drugs, gangs and prostitutes but, through his father's wide cultural interests, he grew up surrounded by National Geographical magazines, Black Panther politics and Ravi Shankar vinyl records. As his friends got into trouble with the police, Jaco joined the chess club, shunning drugs and alcohol and instead turning to music when he landed his first record deal at the age of 18 with the group Da Pak.

Kickstarting his solo career with his 'Fahrenheit 1/15' mixtapes and a guest spot on Kanye West's single 'Touch the Sky', he reached number eight in the US charts with his 2006 debut album 'Food & Liquor' and was quickly dubbed "the most creative rapper in the business" by Jay-Z. His single 'Daydreamin'' with Jill Scott went on to win him his first Grammy Award for Best Urban Performance and follow-up 'Superstar' with Matthew Santos became a top ten hit, before he topped the US charts in 2011 with his third studio album 'Lasers'.

His eclectic influences from classical titans such as Tchaikovsky, experimental jazz geniuses and pioneering rap heroes often sees Lupe Fiasco cross avant-garde ideas with pop culture commerciality; on later records 'The Great American Rap Album' and 'Tetsuo and Youth' he used samples from big band leader Percy Faith, 1960s rockers Jefferson Airplane and R&B star R. Kelly. He also worked with Kanye West and Pharrell Williams as the group Child Rebel Soldiers, started his fashion label Righteous Kung Fu and hiked to the summit of Mount Kilimanjaro for charity, before returning with his sixth album 'Drogas Light' in 2017.