Lupe Fiasco Announces the First of Three Albums Planned For 2016

Lupe Fiasco
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Lupe Fiasco performs with The Roots on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon on February 25, 2015.

Lupe Fiasco, who just released his fifth studio album Tetsuo & Youth earlier this year, took to Twitter on Sunday (Dec. 20) to announce his next release Drogas -- the first of what he says will be three "full album releases" in 2016. Tetsuo & Youth marked the final album under his contract with Atlantic Records, a working relationship that often wound up in the headlines.

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This announcement comes on the heels of another album announcement from the Chicago rapper, who alluded to a sequel to his critically-acclaimed sophomore album The Cool just a few days prior. 

Lupe will head out on the road for a month starting Jan. 13 on his "Tour For The Fans," with 17 dates across the country. Tickets are available here.


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