"DROGAS Light, February 10th 2017," he wrote on Twitter. During the show last week, Fiasco vowed to shower his fans with new music, despite being embroiled in a heated battle with his home label, Atlantic Records.
He said it's full of songs “from the vaults” and that there are just “a few new pieces.” He reiterates "DROGAS" is coming in the next few months and DROGAS Light is simply the prequel to that project. At Metacritic, which assigns a normalized rating out of 100 to reviews from mainstream publications, the album received an average score of 56, based on 11 reviews.The Chicago rapper hopped on Twitter to reveal a release date for his DROGAS Light project.It is tentatively scheduled to drop on February 10, 2017. After defending the track vigorously on Twitter, Lupe announced his decision to retire from music: “Yo Lupe fans it’s been fun and I hope you’ve had fun,” he wrote, “I’m officially not releasing anymore music.About two weeks ago Lupe disappointed his fans by telling them he was no longer releasing music after he came under fire for some lyrics some interpreted as anti-Semitic.
The Chicago MC's label, Atlantic Records, announced Friday (October 8) that his third LP is slated for a March 8 release. With all that said, I own some of 'Superstar.' These records, I'm not finnin' to own sh-- on those records [Atlantic chose as singles]. With the album in limbo, some of Lupe's dedicated fans started an online petition to coax Atlantic into releasing Lasers, which scored roughly 16,000 signatures by mid-summer and, at press time, boasted more than 30,000 digital co-signs.