Lupe Fiasco continues to say that he will retire after he releases a triple disc album called "LupEND" but his label, Atlantic Records, refuses to comment. The most recent announcement from Lupe was during a Halloween show in Chicago where he explained that "END" stands for "Everywhere" , "Nowhere" and "Down here." To date, no release date has been set for the album.
Lupe's first two albums have proven the rapper to one of the most exciting new artists and sales have been pretty good for the rapper. 2006's "Lupe Fiasco's Food & Liquor" sold 375,00 copies while his second album "The Cool" has pasted Gold status, selling over 549,000 copies. Lupe is currently on tour and will hit Los Angeles tomorrow (11/12) before he makes four more stops and ends on December 5th in College Park, MD.
In Lupe Fiasco media related news, Lupe recently put out a new song called "Accept The Troubles" [listen here] plus did a feature on a new song from Joy Denalane called "Change" [listen here].