New Music: Lupe Fiasco – ‘Lamborghini Angels’

Lamborghini Angels

Lupe Fiasco stirs up more controversy with his new single “Lamborghini Angels,” which comes with its own warning.

“If you are easily offended or religiously sensitive DO NOT listen to Lamborghini Angels. Contains very disturbing content,” tweeted the Chicago MC. “Listener discretion is thoroughly advised.”

The song will appear on his fourth album Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1, due September 25.

Proceed at your own risk.



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52 Comments

  1. Tahir

    He doesn’t care anymore about what is thought of him… i like it

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    Tahir Reply:

    @Tahir, it’s heavy

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  2. Miles

    Too tough!!!! Best rap album of the year
    Along with Earl Sweatshirt’s _____ album

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  3. Winston Churchill

    Loopy Fiasco strikes again. The weak minded will give into his fake publicity stunts like always and his stans will say he is the best thing since slice bread.

    He says Hip Hop is too commercial with no substance he comes out with eletrco god awful LASERS. Then after that flops he goes back to “logical rap” and says hip hop has no substance again and tries to spark up controversy with some stupid rap song with shock lyrics that isn’t saying anything. Which is it Loopy? Or are you to slow to realize how much of a hypocrite you really are?

    Real people see through your illusion. You’re not fooling me.

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    Yeah Reply:

    @Winston Churchill,
    woah, too much time on your hands to be going on about someone u dislike smh

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    Cranberry Reply:

    @Yeah, oh shut up. I’m so tired of the “you don’t have a life” argument from you stans just because someone is expressing their disdain for another. It’s called an opinion. Deal with it.

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    Kennedy Reply:

    @Winston Churchill, That’s real. Too many people are blinded by this guy’s foolish antics.

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    Miles Reply:

    @Winston Churchill, The song isn’t a publicity stunts. If you really listen to the song it’s about real things such as rape, child molestation, and death.
    And his label forced he to make the awful music on Lasers. He wasnt given full creativity for that album. This time he is in control

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    Chris Shorts Reply:

    @Winston Churchill, im sorry im a really huge fan of lupe and i didnt find lasers bad at all .. i thought it was genius actually it was a good route for him. gave us a different perspective from the mad scientist.. The Cool Will Forever be His Best it was just that flawless

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    TRU Reply:

    @Winston Churchill, Lasers didnt flop u idiot that was the best selling album of his career. it debuted at #1 with 204,000 copies in the first week and went on to get Gold status. Not only was it Lupes first #1 album but it was his highest debut ever.

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    mitcholos Reply:

    @Winston Churchill, You Don’t Even Know Sir. Put Your Head Down On Your School Desk Until Youre Dismissed. You Don’t Even Know The Story Behind L.A.S.E.R.S Or This Song.

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    Nick Stone Reply:

    @Winston Churchill, Atlantic forced him to write LASERS. He didn’t want to put the album out like that but that’s how it happened. There’s songs that were leaked from the original LASERS that are pretty “Logical” , as you describe. And for Food & Liqour 2 he gets free reign.

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  4. Truth

    He says Hip Hop is too commercial with no substance he comes out with eletrco god awful LASERS. Then after that flops he goes back to “logical rap” and says hip hop has no substance again and tries to spark up controversy with some stupid rap song with shock lyrics that isn’t saying anything. Which is it Loopy? Or are you to dumb to realize how much of a hypocrite you really are?

    Real people see through your illusion. You’re not fooling me.

    ^ Truth

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    Miles Reply:

    @Truth, Lie made more money with LASERS than any other album. He isn’t making this song for publicity, for one thing this isn’t going to chart high. Hip-Hop doesn’t have to be all about money and woman. He rapping bout real stuff.

    And you are obviously Winston Churchill from above

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    James Reply:

    @Truth, would u rather listen to sons about bitches and hoes???

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  5. Aaron

    Omg i love this

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  6. m@liano

    crazy shit…..braaa

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  7. Jake

    I remember when people were on this site before the song was even released raising hell over how it would be some B.S. And they were right. When the idiot said he’d be religiously insensitive, he wouldn’t strike any other belief aside from Christianity. He’s so damn predictable.

    “Just the good of you may enter by the mercy of the lord”

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    Jake Reply:

    @Jake,

    “Just the good of you may enter by the mercy of the lord”

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    Wayne Reply:

    This Kunta Kinte looking nigga is too old for this shit. Album will flop.

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    Ant21 Reply:

    @Wayne, quit hating

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    Based God Reply:

    @Jake, LOL when Frank Ocean disses islam yall search for the “deeper meaning” and praise him, but when Lupe spits the truth about an epidemic in the christian community its totally foul and he’s an idiot ?

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    Cranberry Reply:

    @Based God, Frank didn’t diss Islam, you simpleton. You’re just looking for a way to rationalize your gay bashing.

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    Nick Stone Reply:

    @Jake, Well he’s not hating on Christianity, he talks about how being black is treated like a sin in the first verse, “But we must still pray that his color will be cured”. In the third verse he also talks about pedophilia in the church. That doesn’t mean Lupe’s attacking Christianity.

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  8. ...

    So where are all the religious folk that a week ago just knew this was going to be an “anti-jesus” song that would send Lupe to hell and start a holy war? He trolled the hell out all of them, lol.

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  9. AAA

    Cool song

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  10. TheDreamer

    I like it. Got a real deep meaning.

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  11. Ice

    I like it, and why were we warned again? I saw nothing offensive about this at all. That last verse was disturbing, but it’s a situation that happens everyday and should be addressed. Props to Lupe for this one. And to think, we all overreacted last week when this was revealed, don’t we look stupid now.

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    Reality101 Reply:

    @Ice, Right

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    Nick Stone Reply:

    @Reality101, Well some people I knew were offended by the priest part… but I’m an athiest :)

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  12. Beaudacious

    Haha, I loved reading comments last week from people with names like “lilwayneforever” or “Nikkiminajfan69″ saying that Lupe was a blasphemous sinner… Like songs about fucking random hoes and getting wasted were down right holy. Stupid ass hypocrites. Lupe went hard on the track and I’m glad. This’ll go right over the head of a lot of 12 year old young money fans, but this is what hip hop needs. Can’t wait to buy the album!!!

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  13. cma

    These issues are real and worth recognizing, true, but the corruption of society, especially tied to religion, has been done. Over and over. It’s not like in writing this song he delivered some prolific message, something that hasn’t been expressed before… it’s everything we’ve heard before, just with a beat in the background this time. A waste of effort and hype, I think.

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    Kyle Reply:

    @cma, uh by that logic almost every song ever written would be pointless because all artists touch on issues that have been addressed before. At least this is a song that has a real message and he’s not just rapping about how much money he has, how many women he’s slept with, or how much he loves strippers like every other rapper.

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  14. Bluieez Jeasn Part

    The Remix is Coming soon and dope Music

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  15. come on

    I want lupe to win. he’s passionate about what he does and you could tell. When will ignorant, fruitless rap stop being a trend that leads the way for hip hops legacy. Lets get back to what it stood for.

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    dgfe Reply:

    @come on, dancing and having fun?

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  16. TRA

    Lupe Fiasco will always be a great, underrated, talented rapper. I rather listen to Lupe Fiasco’s music than hearing rappers like 2 Chainz talk about how he loves strippers. I rather listen to Lupe Fiasco’s music than listen to wack, terrible rappers like French Montana who makes songs like Pop That. Lupe Fiasco was always an alternative music artist, and self-conscious MC, even before he made Lasers album. I will admit that I felt that Lupe Fiasco’s Lasers album was a terrible album, but I blame Atlantic Records more than I blame Lupe Fiasco, since Atlantic Records made Lupe Fiasco redo Lasers album, because Atlantic Records felt the album wasn’t mainstream enough. Outside of Lasers album, Lupe Fiasco has never been a sellout, and never sold as many records as other mainstream rappers.

    Even though Lupe Fiasco’s Lamborghini Angels is a controversial song, and I don’t agree with all of Lupe Fiasco’s religious beliefs and political views, I still believe that this song is one of the most important songs in hip hop released this year. I don’t consider Lupe Fiasco a hypocrite after listening to Food & Liquor and The Cool albums, because Lupe Fiasco has always been outspoken on his songs. I am looking forward to Lupe Fiasco’s Food & Liquor 2: The Great American Rap Album, this album could be really good for hip hop.

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  17. ShutTFU

    Hate the song…jst my opinion ya’ll

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  18. Ghjx

    Where’s all haters?!They talkin’bout so much about this song!

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  19. Young Pereezy YMCMB-MMG

    This Ni**a needs to stop!!! I can’t take this dude anymore

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    Ant21 Reply:

    @Young Pereezy YMCMB-MMG, you don’t know real music

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    Young Pereezy YMCMB-MMG Reply:

    @Ant21, Ni**A GET ON MY D*CK

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    Le Duc de Torcy Reply:

    @Young Pereezy YMCMB-MMG,

    So does MMG…So does YMCMB…

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  20. dodo

    to be honest, don’t care about dude or what he has to say. eversince lasers, dude flopped.

    by the way, the beat is overpowering his voice on the track.

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    dong dong Reply:

    @dodo, you a flop

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  21. deuce

    I would like to see the list of music that all the people who are saying Lupe flopped listen to. I bet it looks like this

    Rick Ross
    LilWayne
    2Chainz
    MeekMeel
    Future

    And other such non-sense

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    Ghjx Reply:

    @deuce, Exacly

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  22. Phoenix Wright

    I love his flow

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  23. kyga

    tyga is the best hip hop cool man you fuckin bitch

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  24. James

    SO FUCKING DEEP ONLY PEOPLE THAT HAVE EXPERIENCED LIFE WOULD UNDERSTAND WHERE THIS AMAZING ARTIST IS COMING FROM #Classic!

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  25. SEKinG

    Lupe has always been a great artist in my book. My opinion hasn’t changed over the years. This song is great, it’s not as controversial as he thinks it is though. But still dope.

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  26. MohammedWasaluII

    @Jake.I’m a muslim bt i undastand where u r comin 4rm but in AROUND MY WAY he said “SUICIDE BOMBERS & PROSPERITY GOSPELS” so he’s tryin to view from both sides.He’s speakin the truth but it offended some people that’s why he gave the PRE-WARNING.Anyways Lu is my BEST RAPPER ANYDAY ANYTIME.ALWAYS SPEAKING THE TRUTH.MAY THE GOD OF BOTH CHRISTIANS AND MUSLIMS BLESS MOHAMMED WASALU “Lupe Fiasci” JACO.AMEN

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