As such, the album gets a little preachy from time to time. Unlike the Lupe we met on Food & Liquor, he seems to lose The Cool a bit this time around, sounding like a parent who's frustrated with the ill ways of the current music industry and the country, rather than just being the regular Lupe that we’ve come to know. These frustrations come through strongest on such tracks as "ITAL (Roses)" and “Lamborghini Angels,” in which he rhymes, "With the teleprompter rolling he looks right into the lens/ Doesn’t mention his redemption but absolves him of his sins."
These concepts may go over some listeners’ heads, but the reality is that Lupe didn't make this album for entertainment; it was made to inform and enlighten. Food & Liquor II is an album for thinkers, that sidesteps formula: materialism, violence, and polygamy et al.
What about the Billy Squier Metropolis score? Stroke me, stroke me....
Thanks for this wonderful news. Radar defined synergy. The band was greater than any player…
Second Hand Swagger!!
Totally original!!! Love love them!
The Quaildogs for sure!
It looks fun cheers
Stick to the Blues,the reason most people come to this is to hear Blues music…