Lupe Fiasco Net worth, money and more

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NET WORTH: $ 8 Million

Lupe Fiasco

Lupe Fiasco

Lupe Fiasco is a famous rapper from Chicago, United States. He rose to fame after the release of his debut album, Food and Liquor. Lupe is also the front man of the rock band, Japanese Cartoon. His real name is Wasalu Muhammad Jaco. He was born on 16 February  1982.


Lupe Fiasco is a Muslim. He is of West African Descent. Even though Lupe’s parents divorced when he was 5, they still were a big influence on him. His father was an African drummer, Karate teacher and was a member of the Black Panther Party. He started learning martial arts at the age of 3. In sixth grade, Lupe moved in his father’s house full time. He, initially, disliked Hip Hop music for its vulgarity. He preferred listening to Jazz but  after hearing Nas’s album, It was writer, he became interested in rapping. At the age of 17, Lupe made music in his fathers basement. He was quite a loner as a child and hanged out with a few people. He was more into reading and music. He loved the lyricism of Jay Z and Nas.



At the age of 17, Lupe started making music in his dad’s basement. At the age of 19, Lupe joined a group called Da Pak which was primarily influenced by drugs and violence. Lupe felt like a hypocrite with the group because of their extreme gangster hip hop genre. He soon left the group and began pursuing his solo music. He met with Jay Z and Jay was highly impressed calling him, “Breath of fresh air”. Jay Z helped Lupe snatch a deal with Atlanta records. He featured on many tracks and gained a good mainstream recognition. Lupe’s first single, Kick Push, released later. It was a big hit and gave Lupe a recognition in the Hip Hop community. Lupe released his first album, Food and Liquor, in 2006. It receive massive accolades from the critics and was a mainstream success. Lupe won numerous awards for the album. He was voted by the GQ magazine as the breakout star of the year. The album was nominated for three Grammy’s. Lupe’s second album, Lupe Fiasco’s The Cool, was later released. It had deeper messages. The album again received rave reviews from the critics and was a mainstream success. In 2007, Lupe was named as the 7th hottest MC in the game by MTV. Lupe later formed a rock band named Japanese Cartoon. It reveals the more artistic style of Lupe Fiasco. Food and Liquor 2 was released in 2012 and it received positive reviews from the Critics. The album did a good mainstream business as well. Lasers was later released by the Atlanta records. The album did a very good mainstream business. However, It received mixed reviews from most critics. However, the album was nominated for Grammy awards for the ‘ Rap Album of the year’, ‘Rap song of the year’.


In 2001, the 1st and 15th Entertainment was launched and Lupe became he CEO. In 2005, he founded the Righteous Kung-Fu, a company which makes sneakers, toys and many other stuffs. He, in 2006,  collaborated with Reebok and designed a few sneakers for them. Lupe Fiasco is an active Philanthropist and has raised his voice over various issues. He released a track named ‘Resurrection’ for Haiti victims.


Lupe Fiasco owns a Chevy Camaro.

Lupe Fiasco owns a Chevy Camaro.

Lupe Fiasco has a net worth of $ 8 Million. Lupe Fiasco is a Muslim by birth. He made a track named ‘Muhammad walks’ as a Sid equal to Kanye West’s ‘Jesus Walks’. The track is very popular among the Muslim community. He is known as a conscious rapper like Common, Mos Def and Talib Kweli. He is known for his lyrical ability and powerful messages in his songs. He’s been a commercially successful artist.


1. “Oprah put It on my culture now if that aint wrong. Imus got it from the rhymers now if that aint blown, they gave my man 44 now if that aint long, I put it all on my shoulder now if that strong!”
2. “Now come on everybody, let’s make cocaine cool
We need a few more half naked women up in the pool
And hold this MAC-10 that’s all covered in jewels
And can you please put your titties closer to the 22s?
And where’s the champagne? We need champagne
Now look as hard as you can with this blunt in your hand
And now hold up your chain slow motion through the flames
Now cue the smoke machines and the simulated rain” – Lupe Fiasco’s Superstar.
3. “I’m not like the poster boy for Islam… I still got my flaws and stuff like that, so I don’t really wear that on my sleeve… I don’t go to clubs, I don’t drink, I don’t smoke, you know like my whole – the whole groupie situation is shut down.”

4. I grew up in the hood around prostitutes, drug dealers, killers, and gangbangers, but I also grew up juxtaposed: On the doorknob outside of our apartment, there was blood from some guy who got shot; but inside, there was National Geographic magazines and encyclopedias and a little library bookshelf situation. And we didn’t have cable, so we didn’t have the luxury of having our brains washed by MTV. We watched public television – cooking shows and stuff like that.”

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