Most releases don't come with a disclaimer, but at least Lupe can say he tried to warn us. The Chicago rapper is getting ready to drop his new single "Lamborghini Angels" from his upcoming LP Food & Liquor 2: Great American Rap Album Pt. 1, but before that he wanted to make it clear--this won't be for the faint of heart.
"Warning: if you are easily offended or religiously sensitive DO NOT listen to Lamborghini Angels. Contains very disturbing content," Lupe wrote on Twitter Tuesday (August 7) after confirming that the song will debut on August 12. "Listener discretion is thoroughly advised."
Lupe is no stranger to controversy. The first single from his 2011 album Lasers was the Skylar Grey-assisted "Words I Never Said," which ruffled a few feathers with politically-charged statements like, "Gaza strip was getting bombed/ Obama didn’t say s---/ That’s why I ain’t vote for him/ next one either," but he stood by it. Not one to shy away from hot button issues, it's sure to be an interesting track.
During his recent visit to "RapFix Live" Lupe broke down while watching footage of his old Chicago neighborhood, telling host Sway Calloway that he saw "ghosts" in the video. Fans were touched by the moment and shared their support for Lupe on Twitter and in comments.