Before The Tonight Show with Jay Leno came to a close last night, Talib Kweli, Nelly and Abby Dobson paid tribute to Trayvon Martin by performing “Before He Walked” (36:00 mark). Throw ya hood up.
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Like TNT, Talib Kweli knows drama. In support of his Prisoner of Conscious album, Talib brings the theatrics to the small screen. Cop the album on iTunes here.
With two turn tables and a mic, DJ Evil Dee rounds Talib Kweli, Joey Bada$$ and a few of Duck Down’s familiar faces for a 10-minute cypher. Pay attention. nr
Ay oh whey oh, walk like an egyptian in Talib’s animated love tale. The duet, which features Miguel, can be found on Talib Kweli’s Prisoner Of Conscious.
Still making moves, Talib ends up at the Black Entertainment Television studio for 106 & Park‘s weekly freestyle series. He sure makes it look easy. Prisoner Of Conscious is available here.
Statik Selektah had a full house last Thursday during his ShowOff Radio. During the broadcast, Talib, Chance and Cory Mo took to the mic and showcased their rhymes over A$AP’s “1 Train”. All aboard.
Talib’s been pretty vocal on the Rozay controversy. He returned to the Breakfast Club to give his view on the debacle, his new album Prisoner of Conscious, upcoming book, love for DJing and more.
Jon Connor keeps the momentum going for his upcoming Unconcious State with an uplifting track featuring Talib Kweli. Rise up or fall down.
Talib Kweli visited Flex this evening to plug his Prisoner Of Conscious. Flex threw on Mobb Deep’s “Quiet Storm” and Talib took it from there. Album in stores now. Interview with Angie below.
Over the soundbed laid by the RZA, Kweli takes off and lands with Buss on the latest offering from his forthcoming Prisoners of Conscious. Album drops next Tuesday. x