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Lupe Works His Way Toward Hip-Hop Redemption

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So, my money says that the whole Fiascogate won't help Lupe Fiasco sell records when his new album, The Cool, drops later this year. The MC was never really relevant to hip-hop's thug elite, and he's pretty much pissed off the backpacker crowd by dissing A Tribe Called Quest last month as well. That doesn't bode well for album sales, and it's a shame cause, so far, the new album sounds pretty good. Lupe writes great concept songs and the video for "And he Gets the Girl" is a nice piece of work. Check it out below and just try to hate on Lupe for this one.

- Jonathan Cunningham

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