Lupe Fiasco Offers To Destroy Copies Of His Album Lasers With An Actual Laser

It took a massive campaign from fans, complete with actual in-person demonstrations, to convince Atlantic Records to release Lupe Fiasco’s 2011 album Lasers, and the album promptly debuted at #1 on the Billboard charts. That should be a triumphant story, but Lupe himself is evidently not too happy with Lasers today. As Complex reports, he now says he wants to “unmake an album,” and he’s offering to accept any used physical copies of Lasers that fans want to send him and to destroy those copies with an actual laser.

Lupe says he’s inspired by the time Atari buried unsold copies of its E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial game in 1983. Here’s what he’s written on Facebook:

My 3rd musically related thing I want to accomplish this year is not to make another album but to do something waaaay stupider…I want to unmake an album. I watched the ATARI E.T. documentary and got inspired. So here’s my idea. For all you people who really hated my 3rd album LASERS for whatever reason in the universe I want you to send it back to me so I can destroy it with an actual Laser. You not getting any money back or an apology or anything like that. The fact still remains that a lot of people really loved LASERS (Me Included) despite the popular myth that it’s one of the worst rap albums ever but sometimes the myth can be stronger than the truth. So yeah….if you have a physical copy of LASERS that you absolutely hate and wish for it to be rendered non-existent then you can send it back to me and I’ll have it destroyed with an actual giant laser and send it into next world in spectacular grand fashion!

If your down hit me up in the comments or on Twitter with the hashtag #TheReturnOfLasers and if we get enough #LaserHaters willing to have their physical copy destroyed then will do it on New Year’s Day 2016!!! To you #LaserLovers out there with physical copies just sit back and enjoy the craziness that’s about to happen lol… This is a #WellBoggleMeGiblets© production

Its nice that he still likes the album, I guess.

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