La Lupe en Madrid 1971. Stop, I'm free again 1972. Pero cómo va ser? 1973. In 1991, comedian Sandra Bernhard released a track called 'La Lupe" on her album Excuses for Bad Behavior, Part spoken in Spanish and English, in which Bernhard briefly speaks of the dissolution of the La Lupe/Tito Puente relationship.
La Lupe (born Guadalupe Victoria Yolí Raymond) (Santiago de Cuba, 23 December 1939 – The Bronx, New York, 29 February 1992), was a Cuban-American singer of several musical genres: boleros, guarachas and Latin soul in particular. Known for her energetic, sometimes controversial performances, she is considered by many to be one of the leading s.
I done (Hey), did a lot of shit just to live this here lifestyle (Oh, yeah) We came straight from the bottom to the top, my lifestyle (Lifestyle, ayy) Nigga livin' life like a beginner and this is only beginnin' (Beginnin', lil' nigga) I'm on the top of the mountain, puffin' on clouds and niggas. still beginnin' (You still beginnin', lil' nigga).
When it comes to a rapper who openly speaks his mind, look no further than Lupe Fiasco. The Chicago rhyme-slinger has become one of the most polarizing figures in rap with his socially-conscious lyrics and controversial political views. In celebration of his 31st birthday today (Feb. 16), we present a list of Lupe's best lyrics. His songs often get him in trouble, but for the most part, his words are meant to inspire or make you aware of the world's social problems. Before we go forth, We gotta take them back (back), So we can know what it did, 'Cause if we never know, What happened in the past, Then we can never know, it's what it i.