Lupe, who performed “Us Placers” at Lollapalooza, told Billboard that all the details are being fleshed out behind the scenes. “Whoever is going to pay is going to pay a whole hell of a lot. Everybody is excited, but “Us Placers” is the only record we have.”
Fiasco also hinted at early retirement, stating that he’s no longer excited about rapping. “I’ve been doing it for seven years. I still don’t think I’m famous. I’ll do what I have to do to promote my next album, but I’m not enthused about doing seven albums. I’ll do my three, and then I am going to keep moving to the next phase of life and maybe grow trees.”
His sophomore album, The Cool, is scheduled for release on November 20th.