Lupe Fiasco Dives Into America's Geography on 'Made in the USA': Listen

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Lupe Fiasco performs while wearing a Detroit Tigers Baseball jersey at St. Andrews Hall on April 25, 2016 in Detroit.

Lupe Fiasco is cranking up the intensity with his new album Drogas Light coming in the new year. The Chicago lyricist returns with a new trap-infused single produced by StreetRunner titled "Made in the USA." 

For this record, Lupe guides his listeners through a nationwide expedition, regarding guns, drugs and economic hardships. “My Glock came from Smyrna, Georgia/ My F-15 from California/ My cocaine came from Arizona/ But it’s made in the USA,” he raps. 

"Made in the USA" comes after Fiasco delivered "Pick Up the Phone" in the summer. Though he fell through on his promise of dishing out three albums for 2016, he's been busy at work making sure that Drogas Light will be a finished product before the year is up.

The "Kick, Push" rapper is also currently on tour until December. Be sure to check his website to see if he's coming to a city near you. 

Expect Drogas Light to drop at the top of 2017 on 1st & 15th/Thirty Tigers. In the meantime, listen to his new track below:


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