Lupe Fiasco has reunited with Chicago producer Soundtrakk to release a brand-new project called Tape Tape.
Featuring a pair of three-minute tracks, Tape Tape is the latest release from the frequent collaborators, who previously dropped hits like “Sunshine” and “Kick Push.” The EP kicks open with the broody “Oh Yes” before closing out with “Apologetic,” on which Fiasco name-drops just about everybody, from Albert Einstein to Cardi B.
On the latter, Lupe brushes off the haters who criticize how he plays the rap game. “Sorry I was born for this / Sorry I put on for this / Sorry I performed for this / I’m sorry you weren’t warned for this / That’s unfortunate, I’m sorry,” he spits, each line fueled by sarcasm.
Prior to Tape Tape, Fiasco dropped the joint EP House with Orlando producer Kaelin Ellis. Released in July, the collaborative project featured contributions from Crystal Torres, Graham Burris and Virgil Abloh.
Stream Tape Tape below: