If Lupe Fiasco had given fans the notion that he "fell of" following his response to Kendrick Lamar's "Control" verse and his public seclusion, his latest record "Peace of Paper/Cup of Jayzus" should bring them back into his good graces.

Over a remake of Jay Z's "Holy Grail" beat, the Chicago MC spends nearly seven minutes rapping with very little breaks, making references to Hov, Tyler, The Creator as well as Drake. Lupe raps, "What would be really funny if I blew up after Drizzy and started from the bottom," which is a reference to Drake's "5AM in Toronto" where he says, "It's funny when you think a nigga blew up after Lupe."

 Listen below.

[via Pigeons & Planes]

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