This has got to be one of the most important interviews of my career thus far. For many reasons.
1 - I'm a big fan of Lupe Fiasco
2- He was NOT in a good mood coming into the station which is basically sudden death for a good interview (and as you will see in the first few minutes, things were definitely heading that way)
and 3 - because I wouldn't let the negativity in the room ruin the great conversation we ended up having.
I have to kick this off with saying how much I appreciate artists, especially those of the caliber in creativity as Lupe. I understand that their art is priceless and their time is so valuable. That's why I personally, have made it my mission to make every sit down worth it on both ends. I've interviewed Lupe quite enough times that I feel he knows ...