Lupe Fiasco Returns With ‘Dinosaurs’
Hip-hop music opens the entryway for a variety of topics to be investigated, however not many will in general push that boundary like Lupe Fiasco.
On Friday, the esteemed lyricist conveyed his new EP, a coordinated effort with Kaelin Ellis titled House. And keeping in mind that there is bounty to unpack, there’s something wonderfully unconventional about hearing Lupe relate the historical backdrop of the dinosaurs, misconstrued leviathans that they are.
On “Dinosaurs,” it may be the nearest we’ve seen to Lupe having a ton of fun in a moment – for example, he does his best endeavor at reflecting a dinosaur’s thunder – discussing whether his estimate is near what it truly seemed like. Be that as it may, it’s not all lively hypothesis, and after a short time his expressive dexterity raises its head.
“if you wanna use brain cave space as a metric for intelligence, then Tyrannosaurus Rex wasn’t the smartest of the smartest.” he begins. “But you wouldn’t wanna box with the short-armed carnivorous martial artist.”
Come hit the museum if you wanna hang with us
But mostly just the skeletons
Now if you wanna use brain cave space as a metric for intelligence
Then Tyrannosaurus Rex wasn’t the smartest of the smartest
But you wouldn’t wanna box with the short-armed carnivorous martial artist