I don’t think this track is extraordinary, but it’s it fills that “club track” void that was missing on Food and Liquor bootleg. And that’s a good thing, trust me. We all love Lupe (no brokeback, of course) because he’s the “thinking man’s rapper.” I consider myself a cross of Lupe and Murs personally. But we know he won’t sell anything unless he has big name producers. Getting the Neptunes to produce this track is a good look.
Update: Nah Right has yet another Lupe/Jill Scott track. This ish is fire. Can I dare say that Lupe is the “truth?”