Lupe Fiasco “Roc-A-Fella Y’all”

Continuing his All Proceeds To My Chain music run, Lupe Fiasco throws the diamond up to his latest release, “Roc-A-Fella Y’all”.

Over his lustrous instrumental, the Chi-Town rapper and producer flexes his lyrical muscle while touching on the rap game and referencing the Roc.

“Yeah, I’m from a lyrical miracle, biblical guild, a great white clearing his gills the nearest mirror of skill / Somewhere between jazz, Jigga and drill,” he cleverly raps. “These and other hazards are just part of the work / Reverse Aztec put my heart in a verse / The one man half Dash, Carter and Burke,” he continues.

“Roc-A-Fella Y’all” is the follow-up to Lupe’s “Channel No3“, and comes on the heels of releasing the video to “Outside“.

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