UPDATE: Artwork revealed via Omen. Album drops April 23. No cover or release date yet, but Talib shares the 15 titles for his sixth studio album, Prisoners Of Conscious. If you haven’t done so yet, download his mixtape, Attack The Block here. 1. Intro 2. Human Mic 3. Turnt Up 4. Come Here (feat. Miguel) 5. High Life (feat. Rubix and Bajah) 6. Ready Set Go (feat. Melanie Fiona) 7. Hold It Now 8. Push Thru (feat. Curren$y, Kendrick Lamar […]
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Talib Kweli’s Prisoners of Conscious will now be released April 23 and he gets things in full motion with two new tracks featuring some familiar faces. Purchase on iTunes now. “Art Imitates Life” Ft. Black Thought x Rah Digga “One Two” Ft. Jae Millz x Oh No
A few weeks back at the Brooklyn Bowl for Okayplayer’s annual Holiday Jam, Q-Tip got a helping hand from Black Thought and Talib for “Electric Relaxation”. Relax yourself, please settle down.
Last month, Dru Ha and his troops marched into the Music Hall of Williamsburg for their annual holiday show. Here’s the highlights featuring Talib Kweli, Sean Price, Pharoahe Monch, Buckshot, Smif-N-Wessun, Skyzoo, Flatbush Zombies, and DyMe-A-DuZiN. Ain’t nobody fresher than their clik.
Brooklyn Nets head coach Avery Johnson and Talib Kweli have lunch at Junior’s to discuss past Brooklynites, giving back to the community and, of course, cheesecake.
Kweli was up on Sway’s morning drive on Shade 45 and expressed the thoughts on his mind over Nas’ “Blaze A 50”. Afterward he spoke on his relationship with Mos Def.
For their Boi-1da-produced track, Talib and R. Les welcome their ladies to their luxurious pad in their new video. Directed by Ryan Leslie. Off Kweli’s upcoming album Prisoners of Consciousness.
Over at Statik Selektah’s show last Thursday, Freeway and Talib Kweli both gave the Shade 45 listeners a double treat by performing their verses off “PA” and “Outstanding”.
Game finally made his way to The Breakfast Club today on Power 105.1. He touched on a host of topics including his upcoming reality show, fights, Dr. Dre, and current label situation. The day before that, Talib Kweli stopped by and talked the dismantling of his Blacksmith label, finances, and new album Prisoner of Conscious.
How’s this for “Eat To Live“? In this clip from the Travel Channel series’ season finale, host Anthony Bourdain dines with Talib in Brooklyn to discuss the borough’s cuisine and gentrification. 2db