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.
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
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.
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
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.
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.
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.