"DROGAS Light"— peace (@LupeFiasco) December 24, 2016
February 10th 2017 pic.twitter.com/8JpLolxpfB
Dissatisfaction aside,Lupe Fiasco is prepared to put out another collection titled Drogas Light, and he has a release date.
Prior today (Dec. 24), Lu took to Twitter to uncover the work of art and date the collection will touch down. You can check your schedules for Feb. 10.
The affirmation by the Chicago rapper obliges reports that were circumventing the Internet that he would drop a venture on that date. Prior this week, a Reddit client, who was close by at Lupe's show in Cleveland, Ohio, asserted the rapper uncovered arrangements to drop an alternate variant of his already reported DROGAS collection on Feb. 10, 2017. "He said he would never completely offer himself to a collection while with Atlantic, so the genuine DROGAS will be discharged after a "lite" adaptation with Atlantic," the client composed.
That "lite" rendition is on deck.
This is uplifting news for devotees of the Windy City MC, who only two weeks prior was undermining to scrap his collection and hang up his mic. "I get the insight God," he composed on Twitter. "Yo Lupe fans it's been fun and I trust you've had a ton of fun. I'm authoritatively not discharging any longer music. Collections crossed out."
A main consideration in Fiasco's retirement talk disappointment appeared to need to do with allegations that he utilized hostile to Semitic verses on his new tune "N.E.R.D," which prompted to a Twitter forward and backward with Jonathan Greenblatt, the CEO of the Anti-Defamation League.
Presently it shows up Lupe is out of his emotions and back in the corner
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