There comes a point in every musicians career when they make a bold move and transcend the norm of traditional video. Of course this moment is when an artist makes the unnecessary decision to create a 10+ min long music video.
Midwest emcee Lupe Fiasco is the latest to follow the trend with his latest visual “#1234“.
The Alex Nazari 13 minute clip is an artistic, socio-political commentary on race and class with a little bit of controversy.
The visual features the tracks “Lamborghini Angels“, “ITAL(Roses)“, and “Audubon Ballroom“. All of which are from Lupe Fiasco’s “Food & Liquor II:The Great American Rap Album Pt.1“.
Take a look at the visual and give some feedback to Lupe Fiasco’s attempt to speak on social events.