Over the past two weeks, a barrage of unreleased material from Chicago emcees Lupe Fiasco and Kanye West has made its way onto the World Wide Web, and courtesy of a few top-notch Chicago-based music blogs, an old-school lyrical gem from Fiasco has blissfully skipped its way into our Booth. Where Do I Go, which is produced by the Windy City’s DJ Marbll, finds Lupe rhyming over a classic sample that constantly is asking for somebody to point him in the right direction. Luckily, after a miserable three years with Artista Records (prior to the label folding), Fiasco knew exactly where to go and his decision to sign with Atlantic has turned him into a worldwide Superstar.
Written by DJ Z on 06/26/08
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