If you did not see Talib and Mos Def Yasin perform their Black Star album live at Rock The Bells, no worries. It was announced that starting this Wednesday, the duo will continue their trek as part of Guerilla Union‘s strategic partnership with House Of Blues. Dates below. Cop tix here. 09.21 Detroit, MI – St Andrews 09.22 Cleveland, OH – House of Blues 09.23 Chicago, IL – House of Blues 09.27 Miami Beach, FL – Fillmore 09.28 Atlanta, GA – Tabernacle 10.05 […]
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[vodpod id=Video.15373094&w=540&h=350&fv=] During his performance at Rock The Bells on Saturday, Mos Def tells Peter Rosenberg that next year, he will be going by the stage name of Yasiin. Great, hopefully music stays the same. mtv
Mos Def and Talib Kweli are Black Star. And this past weekend in California they reunited at Rock The Bells to recite their 1998 debut. Here’s brief footage of their set courtesy of MissDimplez.
Produced by Madlib, Black Star reunite on this untitled track. It’s labeled as a snippet, so Kweli fans are going to have to wait for the full thing to hear his verse.
The Mighty Mos took the outdoor stage and headlined yesterday’s Fort Greene Festival in Brooklyn. Of course, it was only right he put on for his borough with a rendition of Jay-Z’s “Brooklyn Go Hard”.
Earlier this evening, the Science Of Speech concert featuring Rakim, De La Soul and Black Star went down
[vodpod id=Video.5965336&w=540&h=350&fv=%26rel%3D0%26border%3D0%26] The Mighty Mos was in South Carolina this past Saturday for USC Springfest 2011. During his set, he paid his respects to Nate The Great by performing his track “Oh No”. Nate’s presence was definitely felt. irockcollege