Lupe Fiasco’s Retirement Plans Deferred

Retirement will have to wait for Lupe Fiasco. The “Superstar” rapper has taken to his blog saying that his once final album LupE.N.D. has been “canceled until further notice.” Instead, he’s planning to release three albums over the next year and a half.

“Due to circumstances beyond my control…the album roll out has changed radically…LUPE.N.D. has been postponed indefinitely!!! As a matter of fact consider it cancelled until further notice!!!” he wrote on Friday.

Lupe also revealed that his third album, The Great American Rap Album, will arrive in June. “See ya’ll in June and again in December and again next June. LupE.N.D. right after that…when the liberation comes!!!”

The rapper’s publicist has confirmed the news to Rap-Up.com.

LupE.N.D. was scheduled to be a three-disc set. There is speculation that Lupe owes his label Atlantic Records three or more albums before his contract expires.

“I just don’t really feel like rapping anymore,” he told Rap-Up.com back in September.