Lupe Fiasco comes out of his hiatus to deliver a puzzling song called 'Animal Pharm.' The song takes its inspiration from George Orwell's book 'Animal Farm.'

Using the electronic instrumental from the Atoms for Peace song 'Ingenue,' the Chicago emcee spits allegory rhymes about our society.

"Own worst enemies / Chop down the trees, we need the ax handles / Like a heel in a sandal saying "hell no" / Or you trapped like the yells of a nail in the shell-toe," he raps.

We don't know what any of this means. It looks like Lupe is displaying a 'Neurotic Society' lyrical rant like Lauryn Hill. It left us scratching our heads.

In the meantime, Lupe Fiasco is working on his next project 'Tetsuo & Youth,' which he says will be vastly different from his previous releases.

Listen to Lupe Fiasco's 'Animal Pharm'