Chicago's Lupe Fiasco dropped "Kneelin' On Needles" Saturday afternoon, a new track that seems to be an ode to former 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick. Besides the track being named "Kneelin' on Needles," Kaepernick's old football number 7 makes up the cover art.
The new song, produced by Baltimore's Tek.Lun, seems to have been recorded very recently as it contains a reference to Kendrick Lamar's latest release, "Humble": K Dot wants stretch marks?/I want to own everything that's west of the best parts. In addition to that reference, Fiasco also expresses his wish to: be more like Chance [the Rapper] who earlier this week announced that he's raised $2.2 million in donations for Chicago public schools.
Listen to the track via Soundcloud below.