Lupe Fiasco - Lasers album download
Released March 8, 2011. Lupe Fiasco’s third studio album was released on March 8th, 2011 by Atlantic Records. The album was recorded between 2008-2010. Genius wrote an article about this album that can be found here. Out of all of his albums, this, along with DROGAS Light, are his two projects he’s the least satisfied with. He said this on twitter: Lasers Q&A.
Lasers (2011) - download mp3 or listen online. On this page you can listen to the album, get information about the album, see the list of songs and much more. Listen online and stay in a good mood. Org Album: Lasers (2011).
Lupe Fiasco - Lasers (2011). Rap 10 months ago. Download. 7. Beautiful Lasers (2 Ways). 9. State Run Radio (feat.
Lupe Fiasco was supposedly going to released a triple album, titled LupE. as his third and final record, but his contract with Atlantic Records prevented him from doing so. From then he postponed LupE. indefinitely and intended on releasing an album tentatively titled The Great American Rap Album in June 2009. Instead, the album was also postponed and he announced that a new album was in the works, originally titled We Are Lasers and then changed to Lasers. Lasers" is a backronym for "Love Always Shines Everytime, Remember 2 Smile"
Lupe Fiasco's The Cool (commonly referred as The Cool) is the second studio album by Chicago-native rapper Lupe Fiasco. It was released on December 18, 2007, by 1st & 15th Entertainment and Atlantic Records. Recording sessions took place during 2006 to 2007, with Lupe Fiasco himself, alongside Charles Patton (Chilly) serving as the records executive producers. A concept album, The Cool was based upon the song and a title character from his debut album, Food & Liquor (2006).
Lupe Fiasco has talked about retiring after the mawkish Lasers. Sounds to us like he’s already in Boca, rushing to make the early-bird special. Photograph: Andrew Zaeh Lupe Fiasco. By Brent DiCrescenzo Posted: Tuesday March 22 2011. Beautiful Lasers even features a wanky, mullet-haired guitar solo that Mannheim Steamroller would sniff at. It’s bizarre how Lupe ducks out for a Champagne break whenever his verses finish, handing the mic to some hack Akon clone like MDMA (who is far more tackily commercial than mind-altering. How about QVC for a moniker, perhaps?). Frankly, Lupe feels like the guest on his own songs.
A huge misstep, Lupe Fiasco's new LP simply sounds bad, playing against every single one of his strengths and creating new weaknesses. One of the few things more depressing than actually listening to Lupe Fiasco's new album, Lasers, is imagining the monumentally emasculating studio sessions it took to make it. It's easy for label heads to see the commercial success of arena-rap like "Empire State of Mind" and "Love the Way You Lie"- or crossover debuts such as Nicki Minaj's Pink Friday and .
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Featuring – Sarah GreenProducer – King David "The Future"*
|2||Words I Never Said
Featuring – Skylar GreyProducer – Alex Da Kid
|3||Till I Get There
Producer – Needlz
|4||I Don't Wanna Care Right Now
Featuring – MDMA Producer – The Audibles
|5||Out Of My Head
Co-producer – Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis*Featuring – Trey SongzProducer – Miykal Snoddy
|6||The Show Goes On
Producer – Kane Beatz
|7||Beautiful Lasers (2 Ways)
Featuring – MDMA Producer – King David
Featuring – MDMA Producer – King David
|9||State Run Radio
Featuring – Matt MahaffeyProducer – King David
|10||Break The Chain
Featuring – Eric Turner, SwayProducer – Ishi
|11||All Black Everything
Co-producer – Corey BuchananProducer – Wizzo Buchanan
|12||Never Forget You
Co-producer – Arden AltinoFeaturing – John LegendProducer – Jerry "Wonda" Duplessis*, Syience
Producer – The Neptunes
Featuring – Matthew Santos
- Executive-Producer – Free Chilly*, Lupe Fiasco
- Executive-Producer [Co-] – Darrale Jones
- Mastered By – Brian "Big Bass" Gardner*
- Written-By – Alexander Grant* (tracks: 2), Arden Altino (tracks: 5, 12), Daniel Johnson (tracks: 6), David Manzoor (tracks: 1, 7 to 9), D. Safo* (tracks: 10), Dominic Jordan (tracks: 4), Dustin William Brower (tracks: 6), E. Turner* (tracks: 10), E. Mughal* (tracks: 10), Holly Brook (tracks: 2), Jason "Pooh Bear" Boyd* (tracks: 4, 7, 8), Jerry Duplessis (tracks: 5, 12), Jimmy Gannos (tracks: 4), Jonathan Keith Brown (tracks: 6), Kane* (tracks: 6), Khalil Walton (tracks: 3), Khari Cain (tracks: 3), Miykal Snoddy (tracks: 5), Reginald Perry* (tracks: 12), Ricky Rutland (tracks: 3), Ronnie Jackson (tracks: 5), W. Jaco*, Wizzo Buchanan (tracks: 11)
NotesTrack #6 contains a portion of "Float On" by Modest Mouse.
Track #11 contains samples from and portions of "I'll Be Seeing You" by Jimmy Durante.
Track #13 + #14 are bonus tracks
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