Kwel preps for Prisoner of Conscious with an appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, alongside Bilal and The Roots.
Bilal showcases his new album, Welcome To A Love Surreal, which is in stores this week.
Bilal preps for his new album, A Love Surreal, out February 2013, with this retrospective mixtape, curated by the legendary Vikter Duplaix.
New material from Bilal’s upcoming mixtape, The Retrospective, mixed by Vikter Duplaix.
Exclusive remix by J Rocc of Bilal’s “Flying” from his album “Airtight’s Revenge,” which features KRNDN (of Strong Arm Steady) formerly spelled as Krondon.
From her new album, Owed To Mama Rickie, available everywhere.
The Roots celebrate the release of their new LP, undun, today, inviting Bilal to perform tracks from the LP on Late Night w/ Jimmy Fallon.
Bilal’s continues to push his album campaign for Airtight’s Revenge, with a brand new remix EP out today on Itunes. Listen or download via Soundcloud below.
Black Milk tries his hand at remixing Bilal’s track from Airtight’s Revenge. LISTEN: Bilal – “The Dollar (Black Milk Remix)” via: BV
FULL SCREEN The Sounds of VTech / Bilal Levels Flying Lotus directs this video from Bilal’s Airtight’s Revenge LP, available now on VTech and Plug Research. Cameos in the video include Erykah Badu, Thundercat, and Shafiq Husayn (who produced the track). “I originally wanted to keep visual themes with another video from my last LP [cont.]
For your mid-week enjoyment, VTech and Plug Research Music bring you LA based produced Exile’s incredible remix of Bilal’s “Think It Over,” delving deeper into Bilal’s forte of bittersweet blues tunes. The track, co-written by Hezekiah, fondly recounts longing for a love lost – realizing that space is sometimes needed for time to work its [cont.]
In depth interview with Bilal Oliver… from Plug Research on Vimeo. Bilal’s album “Airtight’s Revenge” drops in less than one week! Throughout the last few months, there have been plenty of interviews with Bilal from various outlets. Today, Plug Research is proud to present probably one of the most in depth interviews with Bilal, when [cont.]
Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Ensemble “Someday We’ll All Be Free” feat Bilal from MIguel Atwood-Ferguson on Vimeo. Recorded live in Los Angeles at Grand Performances, California Plaza July 23, 2010. Miguel Atwood-Ferguson Ensemble – “Someday We’ll All Be Free” (feat. Bilal) (MP3)
Bilal serves up this non-album extra track produced by Nottz, aptly titled “Free”. Nice flip on the classic Malcolm X shot for the Airtight’s Revenge cover, eh? LISTEN: Bilal – “Free” (prod. Nottz) (MP3) Bilal – “Free” (prod. Nottz) (MP3)
Bilal has a new album dropping, called “Airtight Revenge”, hitting September 14th on Plug Research. Phonte and Q-Tip wax poetically about the soul singer in the clips below. Tracklist right under that. Tracklisting: 1. Cake & Eat It Too – Produced by Bilal Oliver & Steve Mckie 2. Restart – Produced by Bilal Oliver & [cont.]
Cheeba feat. Bilal from Plug Research on Vimeo. Sa-Ra frontman ventures solo in this clip, taken from his forthcoming LP, A-Free-Ka.
After making a splash on the Lucy Pearl album, as well as Guru’s new Street Soul, Bilal could be the proverbial next big thing in R&B crooners. Certainly, he’s got good production behind him as the ubiquitous Raphael Sahdeeq drips honeyed soul on the slow groovin’ track. Bilal shares a faint resemblance to the falsetto tone [cont.]
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