|Album Exposing World Trade Center Building 7 Collapse Tops Billboard Chart|
|Written by AE911Truth|
|Friday, 18 March 2011 14:29|
Atlantic Records rap star Lupe Fiasco calls the collapse of World Trade Center building 7 into question on his new album ‘Lasers,’ released March 8, 2011.
In “Words I Never Said,” the new radio single off of ‘Lasers,’ he asks “9/11, building 7: did they really pull it?” (at 0:46)
It is one of three songs selected as “singles” by Atlantic to promote the album. Lupe’s third official release—and first in which he specifically questions the government's version of events on 9/11/01 with reference to ignored evidence — is the Grammy Award winner’s first #1 album in the United States (all genres), with over 200,000 units sold in its opening week: http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/1660010/lupe-fiasco-lasers-billboard.jhtml
“Words I Never Said” is track #2 on the album: http://itunes.apple.com/us/album/lasers/id418674062 The video will “most likely be the biggest Lupe video to date” and be released before the end of February (in Lupe’s words at 6:04): http://lupefiasco-lupend.blogspot.com/2011/01/live-chat-lupe-fiasco-x-1027-kiis-fm.html