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    Paris, Tokyo - Lupe Fiasco - Lupe Fiascos The Cool (CD, Album)

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    1. Vudokinos

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      Fully understanding the details of the concept spread across The Cool, first introduced on Food and Liquor's "He Say/She Say" and "The Cool," may only happen after pointing a Lupe Fiasco decoder ring toward Chicago during the vernal equinox, but the synopsis is simple: a fatherless boy is raised by supernatural characterizations of the streets (named the Streets, not to be confused with Mike.
    2. Gardalkree

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      Lupe Fiasco’s The Cool, also called The Cool, is the second album by Lupe Fiasco, released on December 18, The Cool is a loose concept album, based on a song and its titular character from.
    3. Zurisar

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      View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Lupe Fiasco's The Cool on Discogs. Label: Одиссей - OD ,Atlantic - • Format: CD Album, Enhanced • Country: Ukraine • Genre: Hip Hop • Style: Conscious.
    4. Dougrel

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      10th anniversary repress! Perhaps the best effort from Lupe Fiasco, Lupe Fiasco's The Cool is a loose concept album built off of a song from the Chicago mc's debut, Food & snowstaffbarmaktilar.xyzinfo can rap, that's a given, and his bars come in various speeds, cadences, and moods. The usual sociopolitical themes aside (the LP introduces characters, the Game and the Streets), Lupe keys in on his storytelling.
    5. Bamuro

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      Sep 07,  · Lu new valuable album 2 Go Go Gadget Flow - Lupe Fiasco's The Cool YouTube; The Coolest - Duration: Lupe Fiasco , views. Paris, Tokyo - Duration:
    6. Daihn

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      Lupe Fiasco is one of the best lyricists I've ever heard in hip hop, I'll be honest. Lyrically, Lupe is one of those rare breeds of talent who is able to put words together to blow the minds of most listeners. With that being said, over the last 11 years, Lupe has released 6 albums, some of which have been universally loved, while others not so.
    7. Maumuro

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      Label: 1st & 15th/Atlantic Lupe Fiasco is certainly ambitious. Nestled between pop nuggets such as the butter smooth, globe-trotting anthem "Paris, Tokyo" and lead single "Superstar," Fiasco threads a narrative about a gangster named The Cool who strikes a devilish deal with The Streets and is resurrected as a one-armed monster.
    8. Dorn

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      The Cool is cool not only for its sober, clear-headed vibe -- Fiasco ponders everything from the apocalypse to poverty to the weight of worldly possessions in these songs, some of them produced with a level of sensitivity uncommon among studio tracks by Soundtrakk -- but also for its potential. Songs like "Dumb It Down," about the music industry's insistence on the same old sorry themes, burn with /5().

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