Lupe Fiasco

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Welcome to Slept On Sundays, where we highlight sick music artists that have been slept on by the mainstream.  Our first sick music artist is Lupe Fiasco, who is without a doubt one of the most slept on music artists that is in music today.  There is really no better song to start this off with then “Dumb it Down”  where Lupe brings attention that his music is being slept on because he refuses to dumb down his music like most of the artists in the mainstream are doing to sell records.  This song has a comical undertones but a serious message encouraging us to not put up with the dumbed down music of the mainstream.  It sends a message that intelligence should be appreciate and applauded and we should not let anyone force us to dumb it down.  Enjoy!

 

 

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