Lupe Fiasco – #DopeFrancis (American Trap)

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What’s your favorite pope-titled Hip-Hop song? If you’re coming up blank or merely thinking of Bishop Lamont mixtapes, Lupe Fiasco has your answer. The Chicago MC presents his latest track “#DopeFrancis (American Trap),” in which religious wordplay and metaphors are prevalent throughout his bars. Always one known for controversial lyrics, Lupe doesn’t disappoint on this one, spitting “I ain’t fallin’ I ain’t hurt / But the man upstairs just sent me a bunch of work / Cut it in the studio then rap it in a verse.” If the prolific track is featured on his previously announced project Peace of Paper/Cup of Jayzus, it wouldn’t be much of stretch to expect  that a lot more Lupe induced controversy is on its way. Related: Lupe Fiasco’s Cryptic New Project, “Peace of Paper/Cup of Jayzus”