One for the ghetto
Two for the hood
Three for the all
Four for the good
Aside from just being a shoutuot, this could elude to Lupe’s albums. His first two albums , F&L and the Cool both dealt with issues that are present in the hood. His third album, Lasers was something that was meant to appeal to a larger scope of people (“the all”), lyrically and sound-wise. It seems that this fourth album, The Great American Rap Album, which is the most political Lupe’s made so far, was created to spark conversation and debate, which educates the people listening to it.
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