Lupe Fiasco- "Adoration Of the Magi (feat. Crystal Torres)" (Music Video) [NSFW]

Lupe Fiasco has revealed a NSFW video for his track, "Adoration Of the Magi." As usual, Lupe delivers some creative, thought-provoking visuals. The video plays out in a strip club where many unusual patrons come to see the show. Check out the video above. Enjoy.

-AO

Watch Lupe Fiasco Perform "Little Death" on The Tonight Show

Lupe Fiasco appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to perform his song "Little Death" featuring Nikki Jean off his latest album, Tetsuo & Youth. It was a pretty nice performance as Lupe was backed up by The Roots. Check it out above and enjoy.

-AO

Lupe Fiasco- "Adoration Of The Magi (feat. Crystal Torres)"

Lupe's Tetsuo & Youth album is shaping up to be pretty amazing. He has revealed a new track from the album called "Adoration Of The Magi." The Crystal Torres-assisted track finds Lupe at his lyrical best. A quick analysis of the hook shows that each line references an album that features a baby depicted in the album cover.

"Why you ready to die? You just a baby
Why them tears up under your eyes? You just a baby
Keep your head up in the sky, you just a baby
Quit chasing money, never mind, you just a baby
(These Maji adore you)x2
Why you wanna be born again? You just a baby
Why you playing in the streets? You just a baby"

Lupe is back. T & Y drops on January 20th. Enjoy.

-AO

Lupe Fiasco- "Deliver (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)" (Music Video)

Lupe Fiasco has delivered (no pun intended) a very compelling music video for his Ty Dolla $ign-assisted track, "Deliver," off of his upcoming album, Tetsuo & Youth. The video depicts a story paralleled by the theme of the song where pizza restaurants do not deliver to certain neighborhoods because of how dangerous they are. As always, Lupe delivers some thought-provoking material. Tetsuo & Youth drops on January 20th. Enjoy.

-AO

Lupe Fiasco- Tetsuo & Youth (Album Cover & Tracklist)

We have finally received more information on Lupe Fiasco's long-awaited album, Tetsuo & Youth. He has revealed the album artwork, literally, as the album cover is presented as a painting with medium of 'Alyric on Canvas 16" x 16."' Check out the artwork above and the tracklist below. Enjoy.

1. ‘Summer’
2. ‘Mural’
3. ‘Blur My Hands’ (Feat. Guy Sebastian)
4. ‘Dots & Lines’
5. ‘Fall’
6. ‘Prisoner 1 & 2′ (Feat. Ayesha Jaco)
7. ‘Body Of Work’ (Feat. Troi & Terrance Martin)
8. ‘Little Death’ (Feat. Nikki Jean)
9. ‘No Scratches’ (Feat. Nikki Jean)
10. ‘Winter’
11. ‘Chopper’ (Feat. Billy Blue, Buk Of Psychodrama, Trouble, Trae Tha Truth, Fam Lay, Glasses Malone)
12. ‘Deliver’
13. ‘Madonna (And Other Mothers In The Hood)’ [Feat. Nikki Jean]
14. ‘Adoration Of The Magi’ (Feat. Crystal Torres)
15. ‘They.Resurrect.Over.New’ (Feat. Ab-Soul & Troi)
16. ‘Spring’

-AO

"Old School Love"- Lupe Fiasco (feat. Ed Sheeran)

Lupe Fiasco’s next album, Tetsuo & Youth, is set to drop sometime in 2014, but he has now dropped off the first single from the project. “Old School Love” features Ed Sheeran and is a pretty dope track. It features the same chord progressions as “Family Business” off of Kanye’s The College Dropout, so it’s definitely a radio-friendly, smooth track. Keep more of these coming, Lu. Enjoy.

-HB

Tetsuo & Youth Tour (Dates & Venues)

It seems no one knows much about Lupe Fiasco’s upcoming album, Tetsuo & Youth. All I really know is that it should drop sometime early next year. But, Lupe Fiasco has announced the “Tetsuo & Youth Tour,” which starts in late November. I’m intrigued with the fact that he’s going to tour under the name of an album that hasn’t dropped yet. Who knows? Maybe he drops the album next month…*shrugs* Well, the dates are below. Enjoy.

11/2- Atlanta, GA, Center Stage

11/3- Nashville, TN, War Memorial Auditorium

11/5- New Orleans, LA, Tipitina’s

11/6- Dallas, TX, Granada Theater

11/7- Houston, TX, Warehouse Live – Ballroom

11/8- Austin, TX, Fun Fun Fun Festival

11/10- Tucson, AZ, Rialto Theatre

11/11- Tempe, AZ, The Marquee

11/13- San Diego, CA, House of Blues

11/14- West Hollywood, CA, House of Blues

11/16- Anaheim, CA, House of Blues

11/17- San Francisco, CA, Warfield Theater

11/19- Seattle, WA, Showbox SoDo

11/20- Portland, OR, Roseland Theater

11/21- Vancouver, BC, Vogue Theatre

11/23- Salt Lake City, UT, The Depot

11/24- Denver, CO, Ogden Theatre

11/26- Chicago, IL, House of Blues

11/27- Madison, WI, Orpheum Theater – Madison

11/29- Niagara Falls, NY, Rapids Theatre

11/30- Kalamazoo, MI, Kalamazoo State Theatre

12/1- Royal Oak, MI, Royal Oak Music Theatre

12/3- Boston, MA, House of Blues

12/4- Philadelphia, PA, Electric Factory

12/6- Providence, RI, Lupo’s Heartbreak Hotel

12/7- Montclair, NJ, Wellmont Theater

12/9- New York, NY, Irving Plaza

12/10- New York, NY, Irving Plaza

12/11- Washington, DC, 9:30 Club

12/13- Huntington, NY, The Paramount

12/14- New Haven, CT, Toad’s Place

12/15- Baltimore, MD, Rams Head Live

-HB