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Japanese Cartoon – Heirplanes (Directed by 13thWitness)

MusicComments ⋅ Oct 15, 2010
Lupe Fiasco and his new musical endeavor, Japanese Cartoon deliver their new visual interpretation for “Heirplanes.” The single first made it’s appearance on their first album In the Jaws of The Lords of Death , which if you did...

FALSE x Japanese Cartoon Capsule Collection

StyleComments ⋅ Aug 17, 2010
Singaporean street label FALSE give us a look into their new lineup for Japanese Cartoon. Designed by Le Messie, member of Japanese Cartoon, the collection consists of various graphic tees and crewneck sweaters. All are individually hand-screened...

Interview with Japanese Cartoon

MusicComments ⋅ Aug 10, 2010
SLAMXHYPE recently sat down with Le Messie and Lupe Fiasco (Wasalu Jaco) for a chat about the ensemble that makes up Japanese Cartoon. Having heard minimal details of the band throughout the past year, this latest interview offers a bit more insi...

Japanese Cartoon – In the Jaws of The Lords of Death

MusicComments ⋅ Jul 16, 2010
Japanese Cartoon is the new musical endeavor from Lupe Fiasco which brings forth an eclectic blend of rock, punk and electronica. The band is made up of three members, Wasalu Jaco on the vocals & production, Le Messie on production and Graha...

Lupe Fiasco Japanese Cartoon Vinyl Figure Preview

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Jan 1, 2010
Although once a mystery of sorts, the full roster behind the band Japanese Cartoon was revealed sometime back, a collaboration effort between Le Messie of FALSE, Graham Burris, and Wasalu Jaco, known by most as Lupe Fiasco. As the new year kicks...

Trilly & Truly for Japanese Cartoon Fan Club T-Shirts

UncategorizedComments ⋅ May 13, 2009
Lupe Fiasco’s Trilly & Truly work up two new graphic tees for punk band Japanese Cartoon. The shirts are available in a logo format or band motto: “No Shackle, No Sugar. All Sabotage!!!”. Only 50 in each style were produced...

Japanese Cartoon – Army Music Video

UncategorizedComments ⋅ Apr 9, 2009
With all the hoopla surrounding the true identity of punk infused band Japanese Cartoon put to the side, we get a look into their music video for the track entitled Army. Staying true the topic/name of the track, the video provides a healthy amou...