Lupe Fiasco was in Atlanta for the Tetsuo & Youth Preview Tour. During his set, he treated the crowd to a performance of a new song off his upcoming album. The song is called "Drizzy's Law," and it has a very commercial sound. It's not clear from the performance if Lupe is going for this sound to create a single, or if he's using the title to poke fun at certain artists and their mainstream sound.

One of the interesting things about this performance was that Lupe demanded that guys in the crowd move back, as he intended to perform this song for the females in the audience. Apparently, that is one of "Drizzy's Laws."

[via LupEND]

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