“I just wanted to have a conversation. It was more to just put it out in the world and see what happens,” says Lupe.
The naturally controversial Lupe Fiasco wastes no time coasting the lines of betterment and destruction with the release of his first video, “B*tch Bad” from the long-awaited album sequel, Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Part 1 (September 25). Not to be confused with his mentor’s release, “Perfect B*tch”, Lupe hopes to further the “removal of power” to the derogatory term while inserting a sense growing up in the culture of the term.
“B*tch Bad” is directed by Gil Green, with the purpose of visually walking you down the path of Lupe’s eclectic storytelling. After listening to “B*tch Bad”, let us know if you’re OK with children learning from “Lupe Fiasco’s Neighborhood”…
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