It appears that Lupe Fiasco is working on some new music judging by his latest joint, 'Light Blue.' However, the song does come with a caveat.

"DONT MIND ME….JUST STAYING IN SHAPE…JUST PRACTICE…LIKE A PIANO PLAYER OR A GYMNAST. Not on T&Y…So pls dont Say It Is on your blog. Thanx," he tweeted before deleting it (according to LUPEnd blog).

On the track, produced by DJ SimonSayz, Fiasco spits non-sensical rhymes over buzzing synthesizers and an on-time drum beat. "From my view here / My hue veers / To a blue smear on a white wall, what you might call my blue peer / I'm two tiered / But no tats / And I don't know what you call that / Goes on and on like two mirrors," he raps.

The Chicago rapper then relays on the chorus, "My youth sound just like lightning coming down."

Since this is a throwaway track we are not going to be critical about the song. Hopefully, this holds Fiasco's fans over until he releases the 'Tetsuo & Youth' album later this year.

Listen to Lupe Fiasco's 'Light Blue'