Lupe Fiasco Unveils Controversial “#1234” Video Trilogy: Watch

Mike Wass | July 5, 2013 4:22 pm

Lupe Fiasco does things differently. We’ll give him that. The 31-year-old had just unveiled a 13 minute video trilogy called “#1234”, which provides controversial visuals for three songs from 2012’s Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1. “Lamborghini Angels”, “ITAL (Roses)” and “Audubon Ballroom” are very different tracks and get appropriately unique interpretations. The unifying factor that makes the Alex Nazari-directed clip work is the Chicago MC’s political agenda. He tackles issues like guns, drugs, racism and even fast food. Watch the NSFW video above.

Does Lupe address serious issues or miss the mark with his video trilogy? Spill in the comments below.