Lupe Fiasco, back to dishing out some warm social criticism, delves into the proliferation and sometimes misinterpretation of the word “bitch” in hip hop. Lupe’s always been good at skirting the thin line between self-righteousness and imparting old-for-his-age sage wisdom, and “Bitch Bad” is a welcome return to form. Lupe Fiasco’s FOOD & LIQUOR 2: The Great American Rap Album PT.1 is out September 25th. Listen to “Bitch Bad” below:
New Lupe Fiasco: “Bitch Bad”
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