Lupe Fiasco Highlights Positive Community Members in 'It Just Might Be Okay' Video

Lupe Fiasco Highlights Positive Community Members in 'It Just Might Be Okay' Video

He revisited his 2006 debut album.

Published May 1, 2015

Lupe Fiasco offers positivity and inspiration during the tragic aftermath of Freddie Gray and the Baltimore protests.

Fiasco digs into the vaults and revisits his debut album, Food & Liquor, drawing attention to his message in “It Just Might Be Okay.” Directed by Chris & Blaq, the “Kick, Push” rapper highlights all the important people in his community who are making a difference. Rather than let senseless acts of violence become the topic of discussion, Fiasco wants to shine a light on the hard-working individuals who can spread peace.

Earlier this year, the 33-year-old rapper released his final album on Atlantic Records, Tetsuo & Youth.

Watch the video for “Just Might Be OK” on YouTube.

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(Photo: Atlantic Records)

Written by Eric Diep

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