New Music: Lupe Fiasco – ‘Bitch Bad’

Bitch Bad

Lupe Fiasco comes with the second single from his upcoming album Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1, due September 25.



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59 Comments

  1. rob

    shit jams

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @rob, Ughh he nerves me. I do NOT like this dude. I thought he was done with rap anyway? But either way he wont sell. Flop!!

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    thetruth Reply:

    @MinajRules2012,Seriously are you retarded? the lyrics make this song a billion times better than whatever nicki minaj crap you listen to

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    -_- Reply:

    @thetruth, exactly thank you lol

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    REAL TALK Reply:

    @-_-, real talk… all of young money are shit bar drake… all sound the same… lupes different

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    Say word Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Everyone knows you don’t care about lyrical content. Your opinions are worth less than nothing

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  2. boom boom

    this shit goes hard! #dope

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  3. taj mahal

    I totally get it, its the double standard and misconception of hip-hop and society of my people today, FnF L.U.P.E. ps. I’m a 16 black, so thats why I can relate

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    taj mahal Reply:

    @taj mahal, *16 black male

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  4. Cinco

    This is goooooooooooooooooooooooooooooood. Too bad the “bad bitches” won’t hear this…

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  5. Ice

    Songs dope with a good meaning

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    Good Motherfuckin Music Reply:

    @Ice, who cares about meaning

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    Your Argument Is Weak Reply:

    @Good Motherfuckin Music,
    Everybody Dumb Ass! No matter what the topic is about, it has to mean something to you in order to like it. What kinda dumb shit are you on?

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  6. ewio

    just because the message is good doesnt mean the song is good. the song is still mediocre. this is a music industry not an open mic at the local church. the music quality matters. this is not even an album track. let alone a single.

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    Ok Reply:

    @ewio, kill yo self

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    Frankie Reply:

    @ewio, You sound like a damn fool.

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    Fadi Reply:

    @ewio, why don’t you just go listen to souljaboy or 2 chains, cuz you obviously don’t know real music, let alone real hip hop.

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    Brad Reply:

    @ewio, HAHAHA you look retarded. This beat is hard, the message is pure, and the lyrics are clever. You want him to be like every other rapper that disrespects women? Kill yourself now. Idiots like you are cancers to the human population. Go Lupe.

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    trackstabba Reply:

    @ewio, sometimes it is about the message in the music. not about bi$%hes and hoes or money and cars. society needs music like this for people to wake up and not be always ignorant. come on man. it comes a point in all of our lives when we gotta be grown up.

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    El Zilcho Reply:

    @ewio, Nah man I feel you, fuck all these other dudes saying the tracks dope. It has nothing on pre-enemy of the state lupe. The beat is mainstream, his flow is way off, he sounds disinterested.

    “Oh man the message though its go good n shit” “You want lupe to make tracks about bitches n hoes?” Sigh…fucking idiots.

    If you people can’t see that Lupe has changed completely as an artist you’re all just blind

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    Frjn Reply:

    @El Zilcho, you guys dont get it. all he’s saying is that it takes more to make a great song than just a good message. this is the music industry. not the good message industry. you back packers have such low standards and 90% of you have no concept of song structure or a hit record. that’s why you hate on guys like wayne because he isnt preaching about the ills of society. you think that a good song means you’re talking about a good message. it doesnt. just because the message is there that doesnt mean that the music is there as well.

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    Frjn Reply:

    @Frjn, if it was only about the message then guys like immortal technique would be top of the charts. but he isnt, because musically he is mediocre. and i also think this song leaves alot to be desired.

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    2npac Reply:

    @ewio, I’m a fan of most of Lupe’s music but you Lupe stans are some of the most sensitive, fanboyish bunch.

    Relax…just because someone doesn’t like this song, does not mean they’re a Lil Wayne, Soulja Boi, or Waka fan.

    Now on to the song, the message is great, the delivery is average, the lyrics had its moments, but the execution was horrible. I understand the Lex Luger-ish beat and dumbed-down delivery is part of the satire of the song, but it seems so forced.

    And I laugh at the guy that said “the beat is hard”…lol. If it was Ross on this song, you would attack everything about the song, including the beat.

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    2npac Reply:

    @ewio, your name is tagged in the post, but I’m responding to those attacking you.

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    ey Reply:

    @2npac, pac had a message but the difference is he also had a great ear for music and could make great songs.

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  7. SE7ENIINJAZ

    I have to admit reading the title had me worried for a minute, but, I’m glad it wasn’t what I thought it would be. I love the meaning behind he song and can’t wait for Food & Liquor II!!!

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  8. Liky

    He trying to change the game, he’s using hiphop to bring across a message and i love it, its not too many people doing that now

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  9. Winston Churchill

    And y’all buy the sh*t, caught up in the hype
    Cause the n*gga wear a kufi, it don’t mean that he bright
    Cause you don’t understand him, it don’t mean that he nice
    It just means you don’t understand all the bullsh*t that he write

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    Me Reply:

    @Winston Churchill, Jay Z quote…but the truth is Jay Z said Lupe is one of the greatest writers of our time.

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  10. lyfechanges

    the message was cool, but lupe’s flow kinda sounds like he is trying to be someone else…i can already tell he shouldnt have named this food and liquor 2 because its not gonna live up to the hype smdh

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    thetruth Reply:

    @lyfechanges, actually lupe used this flow on purpose so that people would pay attention to the message of the song and not just the sound

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  11. Morgan

    I don’t like Lupe, but this song is the truth. It’s refreshing to know that not everyone’s after the bitches and the drinks.

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    THe Kid Reply:

    @Morgan, I Am!!!

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    Morgan Reply:

    @THe Kid, And….I should care, why?

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    Ramon Reply:

    @THe Kid, And THAT mentality is why you’ll spend the rest of your life with a BITCH, not a woman.

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  12. Fadi

    This song is real art, and even if other rappers tried writing about real issues like the one in this song, they still wouldn’t be able to. @ewio and @lyfechanges you two can go kill yourselves. This isn’t souljaboy or 2 chainz. Or those pussies lil Wayne and drake.

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  13. Chowell

    I love that lupe is trying to bring positive messages yo the rap industry b/c I dont know about yall but i’m tired if hearing cjief keef lil wayne and rick ross all rap about the same thing on the radio

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  14. heckyes

    as a young black person all I can say this is what I’ve wanted for so long. a song so real I can touch it. music that isn’t just entertainment for the mainstream.

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  15. Short-T

    GREAT SONG. The message needed to be said by somebody. Finally.

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  16. RoyalTprod

    Worth the listen…looking forward to both albums

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  17. ayo

    lupe stop tryna sell controversy its played out

    naming a song bad bitch will definitely wanna make people check it out

    dope track though

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  18. TheDreamer

    Great message with a good beat. I like it. Can’t wait till the album.

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    Good Motherfuckin Music Reply:

    @TheDreamer, who cares it if has a message, nerd

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    TheDreamer Reply:

    @Good Motherfuckin Music, Good hip-hop has meaning. Why don’t u go listen to Nicki Minaj or Lil Wayne, if you don’t like songs with meaning.

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  19. AmelKw

    Love it !!

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  20. Humz

    I’m not really feeling the beat. Nice message though and I like his flow on this.

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  21. CarlosBonegro

    i dont normal f with lupe fiascos music but this song is legit very good and im not even a fan bruh

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  22. @SelectahSnipa

    Dope track. N’uff said.

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  23. plastic

    Wack

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    Your Argument Is Weak Reply:

    @plastic, Your opinion is like your name. Discarded after use. DEUCES!!!

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    Tev Reply:

    @Your Argument Is Weak, LOL

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  24. Chelle

    dope song and I love Lupe but more of an album song than a single I think.

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  25. PattyBurgs

    Some of ya’ll are stupid as fu…Lupe’s a genius, but his music hasn’t impressed lately, this track included…But to listen to Lupe Fiasco and say “fuck the message” is the dumbest shit I’ve ever heard. His message is the SOLE reason why he’s a mainstay in the game.

    And BTW, the title of this tune is “Bitch Bad”, which is a reference to a verse in one of his earlier tracks (mayyyyybe Kick Push pt.2) on the first Food & Liquor album – His best album by a mile!

    You kids don’t know anything, so do us all a favour – Listen to Waka Flocka and continue dumb yourself down.

    You’ll never be able to HEAR Lupe Fiasco…

    PWND

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  26. 2npac

    Not feeling every Lupe song= “you must listen to Wayne, Waka, Drake, Gucci, etc.”

    Ya’ll stans are just as bad as the ones ya’ll calling out.

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  27. Your Argument Is Weak

    I love how every hater here doesn’t realize you hate on helps this dude. At the end of the day his pockets are still fuller than yours. What you got an iPhone? FOH!

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  28. vinny

    I miss the old lupe ..

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  29. Cam

    Yeah…great message and all…but Lupe is so much better than this. It’s like he don’t even care no more. Nigga sounded like Charles Hamilton. We saw a glimpse of the old Lupe on Double Burger but ain’t seen it much otherwise.

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  30. AAIM4GREATNESS

    The song doesn’t have to be good itself to send a good message. One of the first things people are gonna notice are the lyrics, and these in particular have a good lesson, just like most of his other songs. Lupe Fiasco is doing a good job, def one of my favorite rappers.

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  31. Dav3theRav3951

    normally like Lupe but not really feeling this

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