Lupe Fiasco's DROGAS WAVE was initially slated to launch Sept. 28, however the Chicago native determined to present followers per week early and drop the undertaking right now (Sept. 21). The DROGAS LIGHT follow-up incorporates 24 tracks and is peppered with options all through.
"'Drogas Wave' is predicated on a narrative a couple of group of slaves that jumped off of a slave ship transporting them from Africa. The slaves didn’t drown, and as an alternative one way or the other managed to dwell beneath the ocean," Lupe instructed Complex. "They spent the remainder of their underwater existence sinking slave ships. ‘Drogas’ is the Spanish phrase for medication. I made it an acronym which stands for ‘Don’t Ruin Us God Said.'"
The 36-year-old's seventh solo LP finds assists from a variety of artists, together with Simon Sayz, Damian Marley, Crystal Torres, and a heavy dose of Nikki Jean. Fiasco defined his no-media coverage going into the undertaking, clearing up that there's no ego concerned on his half. "Let me be clear I’m turning down interview requests not as a result of I believe I’m too good to do them it’s truly the reverse. I don’t assume in these occasions I’m GOOD ENOUGH to do them. I’ve by no means seen myself as a star and I nonetheless don’t," he wrote on Twitter Wednesday (Sept. 19).
Expect a vinyl document of DROGAS WAVE to be launched quickly. For now, stream Lupe Fiasco's newest album under.