Lupe Fiasco Spits Blistering Rhymes for Nine Minutes on ‘Mural’ Track
Lupe Fiasco has a lot on his mind these days. After going back and forth with folks about Iggy Azalea on Twitter, he recently quit being active on social media altogether. However, the Chicago rhymer recently broke his silence by releasing a nine minute-long track called 'Mural.'
Over The Buchanans-produced instrumental, the Chicago native spits heavy rhymes over stirring pianos without any pauses or breaks.
"As I perform a nerve storm, I prefer my pictures in word form / Bury the hatchet like how a bird born / As I paint cold pictures like Kool-Aid facing condensation / And having conversations with flavorful combinations / Slave to my concentration, so that's OJ the Juiceman meets OJ with two hands," he raps.
The song is off his forthcoming release, 'Tesuo & Youth,' which will be his last project on Atlantic records. There's no word on when he'll tour for the album. However, you'll be able to catch Lupe at the Hangout Music Festival 2015 in Gulf Shores, Ala., in May.