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Patrick Stump teamed up with rap genius Lupe Fiasco for a salute to their hometown in “This City.”

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Both natives of Chicago, the artists exude a natural appreciation for the place that made them. Patrick sings over a pop-rock beat, “I was born and raised here, I got it made here, and if I have my way I’m gonna stay here, for life.”

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The track doesn’t just praise the positives of the city, but sheds light on what also needs improvement. Known for his politically-motivated lyrics, Lupe eloquently critques Chi-town’s economic and social downfalls, but he still points out that “despite all the above I love this city.”

The single is a cut from the Former Fall Out Boys’ upcoming solo album Soul Punk. Take a listen below!

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