Lupe Fiasco Says He’s “Not Releasing Anymore Music”: Cancels Upcoming Albums

There isn’t any other rapper today whose plans change as often as Lupe’s. After he released his ‘N.E.R.D.’ freestyle over J. Cole’s ‘Everybody Dies’ Beat yesterday, Soundcloud apparently took down his freestyle due to “hate speech.” That prompted an announcement from Lupe that he’s retiring from rap and canceling his upcoming albums releases.

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The song contained lyrics such as “Artists gettin’ robbed for their publishing/ By dirty Jewish execs that think his alms from the covenant” which Soundcloud probably took offence to, along with some of his fans.

This is definitely not the first the first time Fiasco has bid adieu to his career. Lupe had announced earlier this year that he will be releasing three albums — Drogas, Skulls and his last one Roy by the end of 2016 but those plans changed quickly. He’s now prepping the release of Drogas Light which is was due in stores February 10th, 2017.