Published Jul 04, 2013Lupe Fiasco's strong political views previously got him in trouble at Obama's inauguration, but now he's found a new outlet for his opinions in the form of an epic music video.
The socially conscious 13-minute clip spans three songs from Lupe Fiasco's album Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album, Pt. 1, as it moves from "Lamborghini Angels" to "ITAL (Roses)" to 'Audubon Ballroom." The visuals begin with a montage of images including religious symbols, fried food, a scantily clad woman, guns and riches. We then see a child and a cop watching the same footage on television before we witness some unlikely alliances emerge during a bizarre boardroom discussion between a KKK dude, a gangster, priest, a suit-wearing executive and others.
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