(AllHipHop News) Lupe Fiasco announced last year that his fans would get three new albums from him in 2016. The Chicago emcee has now revealed he switched up the names for the projects, and Lupe insists the efforts will be the last musical releases of his career.
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Lupe shared the news of the upcoming work via Twitter. He wrote, "Still 3 albums this year. However 'Roy' will NOT be one of them. The new titles are: DROGAS DROGAS light* SKULLS." The 34-year-old rhymer also posted the cover art for each LP.
Longtime followers of Lupe know he has floated the idea of retirement in the past. Back in 2012, the "Hip-Hop Saved My Life" performer declared he was done with rap after receiving criticism over his "B-tch Bad" single. He went on to release Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1 a few weeks later.
Then in January 2015, Lupe announced he was quitting Twitter before returning to the social media platform to promote his most recent album Tetsuo & Youth. The LP earned widespread critical praise.
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Check out Lupe Fiasco's tweets below.