Lupe Fiasco Says 'Roy' Will Be His Final Album

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 could be eyeing retirement this year. After announcing last month that he would be releasing three albums -- Drogas, Skulls and Roy -- in 2016, the Chicago native took to Twitter on Friday (Jan. 8) to announce his final album.

"Roy" will be my last album. LUPend," he tweeted.

Fiasco's timeline was also lit with enthusiasm for the 10th anniversary of his 2006 debut Food & Liquor.

Lupe Fiasco Announces the First of Three Albums Planned For 2016

"10 Year Anniversary Of Food & Liquor all this year!!!," he wrote. "(I Get The Masters Back!!! ) Any ideas to celebrate??? Remixes??? Etc #FL10"

?The "Kick Push" rapper will be embarking on his thank you tour for the fans on Jan. 13 in Seattle. See his full itinerary here.


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