This really happened! Al Jazeera speaks with Brother Ali about his new album, Mourning In America & Dreaming In Color, and his role in the Occupy movement.
Jake One sits down with HipHopSite.Com to speak on his just released LP with Brother Ali, Mourning In America & Dreaming In Color, working with Dr. Dre on Detox, Freeway’s next album, working with MF Doom, and much more. HipHopSite.Com: First off, what are you using to produce? Jake One: Pretty much, the foundation of [cont.]
The cover art of Brother Ali’s Mourning In America, Dreaming In Color is designed to draw a strong reaction. Some might find it entirely disrespectful, as there’s an unwritten law suggesting that the American flag should never be laid on the ground. Some might find it even more disrespectful that Ali, an American Muslim, is [cont.]
Brother Ali does a sit down with Polish site Stay True Video for this in-depth interview. Here, he speaks on his hometown of Minneapolis, the differences between working with Ant and Jake One, his lost collabo album with Freeway, and much more.
Brother Ali’s new album, Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color, is in stores today on Rhymesayers Entertainment. Treat yourself to a full-stream of the album right now, via YouTube.
Brother Ali takes us through 12 tracks of his new album, Mourning In America, Dreaming In Color, which hits stores Tuesday, courtesy of Rhymesayers Entertainment.
Brother Ali discusses his views on Barack Obama and why voting alone is not enough.
Video directed by Dave Wilson, from the album, Mourning In America & Dreaming In Color, due Sept. 18th. In the second clip, catch Brother Ali and the band behind the scenes. ON TOUR THIS FALL: *With Homeboy Sandman, DJ Sosa 09.12 – San Luis Obispo, CA @ SLO Brewing 09.13 – Santa Ana, CA @ [cont.]
Brother Ali gets on Jake One’s “3 Kings” instrumental, sans Ross, Dre, and Jay. Look out for Mourning In America And Dreaming In Color September 18th.
The Jake One produced LP of the same name has been moved to a September 18th release date on Rhymesayers Entertainment. Here is the title track.
Brother Ali might stir up Fox News with his new album cover for Mourning In America and Dreaming In Color. The album hits August 21, and is entirely produced by Jake One.
Directed by Dave Wilson.
Brother Ali drops a little something off for V-Day. Brother Ali – “The Bite Marked Heart” EP
Directed by Dave Wilson. From The Bite Marked Heart EP, which we will be posting up here in bit.
Brother Ali weighs in on the Common / Drake beef by spitting over No I.D.’s “Sweet” instrumental.
First offering from Brother Ali and Jake One’s Mourning In America and Dreaming In Color.
From Immortal Technique’s Martyr mixtape, due tomorrow. Download
Great video from Atmosphere off of the brand new “The Family Sign” album. That teacher is holding up pictures of a Slug and an Ant…interesting. Check for Brother Ali servin’ ‘em up sloppy.
Hip Hop artist Brother Ali comments on Che “Rhymefest’s” Smith candidacy for Alderman of Chicago’s 20th Ward, and how his experiences in Hip Hop culture will serve as strengths in his job as Alderman.
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