Lupe Fiasco gave fans a piece of what’s in store for one of his alleged final albums, Drogas Light this week with the release of a preliminary tracklist.
The “Deliver” rapper dropped the tracklist to the second album on Thursday (May 5). The 16-track LP features “Crack,” a song featuring Chris Brown the rapper performed in 2014. While the song was meant to be on his fifth album Tetsuo & Youth, it looks like it’s found a home on Drogas Light.
Potentially…give or take a few…#DROGASlight #3pc pic.twitter.com/S4xt2FL5Ar
— TAPE TAPE & HOUSE EP NOW PLAYING (@LupeFiasco) May 5, 2016
From the looks of the track names, the rapper will continue to dissect the life of those wrapped in the world of violence and drugs, while battling their internal struggles. Or it can just be a beautiful ode to his city. Who knows? Lupe gave fans a look into Drogas last month with the release of “Conversation #1,” featuring community leaders speaking on the music and volatile lifestyle the children of Chicago fawn over, causing devastating results.
The rapper seemed to release details behind Drogas Light, which gives us more questions about how Drogas will be presented. Will it just be full of conversations or actual tracks?
Oh, so many questions.