Lupe Fiasco shared another new track that won’t end up on his upcoming album Tetsuo & Youth with the Twitterverse late last night. “Jonylah Forever,” with a solemn Lupe at the mic, is a requiem of sorts for the tragically slain six month old baby, Jonylah Watkins, who died of gun shot wounds earlier this week. Lupe, who made headlines this year for his somewhat tactless political discourse, exercises restraint here and instead of politicizing the death of baby Jonylah, he makes clear what was lost this week.
New: Lupe Fiasco – “Jonylah Forever”
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