Lupe Fiasco Recruits Rick Ross and Big K.R.I.T. for ‘Tranquilo’ [LISTEN]
Perhaps not surprisingly, all three MCs hold it down lyrically and deliver memorable verses packed with thought-provoking lines.
"No material possessions shall cloud my judgement / As I reach in an ethereal direction to provide my substance / Love is not found but resides insides me / I manifest this, I will respect myself / and wear serenity as my necklace / I will replace what I take and have tranquility as my breakfast," he rhymes.
Afterwards, it's Rozay's turn, and he spits a provocative line about letting his son hold his "strap" while he swims in the pool. It's K.R.I.T., however, who seems to shine the most and gives a verse that seems more like a chapter in a novel than a rhyme.
"Buried your partner just the other day knowing he was too young / Had a tool, trying to roll on the folk, let it go on the folk / But he wasn't down to shoot one / Though the time dead and gone / Is YOLO want we on? / I heard different, it's never too late to listen and be reborn," he raps.
You can listen to "Tranquilo" below and look out for Drogas Light on Feb 10.