Originally released 2008. Rereleased in 2018 for the 10 year anniversary.
If you have been following Enstrumental Brand, you know that we possess a healthy adoration for creative wordplay & thought-provoking proclamations. An artist who musically caters to our consciousness by displaying innovative wordplay & captivating lyrical communication is Lupe Fiasco.
When Lupe released “The Cool” album in December 2007, he (1st & 15th) & Enstrumental officially collaborated for a 2nd time (1st collaboration was the “Food & Liquor” shirt in 2007) with the release of this particular joint.
Lupe’s last verse on the track “Dumb It Down” from his album “The Cool” was: “ . . . they told me I should come down cousin, but I flatly refuse, I ain’t dumb down nothin’”
Enstrumental. Lupe Fiasco.
10 Years Later - Still flatly repudiating and rejecting the simple disposition of exposing individuals to indistinct & numb expression (for unpalatable satisfaction).