Directed by SnowRowe and Annette Navarro.
Tekzilla returns with new music, featuring the diverse line-up of Bow Wow, Krayzie Bone, and Bootsy Collins.
Hi-Tek shows off his crib and gives us an update on where he’s been the last couple of years in this new video for his solo cut, “Where U Been”. Directed by Mat Grimes.
Tek started off the day right by releasing this Tekstrumental via YouTube.
The story of a come up is the American Dream. From George Washington defeating the British and winning the colonies their Independence. An incompetent George Bush becoming the President of the U.S. A naive George Jung transforming into the infamous Boston George. Or just moving from the hood to having an Eastside apartment in the [cont.]
Late entry from Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek’s Revolutions Per Minute. Directed by Joslyn Rose Lyons.
Reflection Eternal “Ballad of the Black Gold” from Sam Ellison on Vimeo. Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek’s “Ballad of the Black Gold” gets a well-timed video release, taken from Revolutions Per Minute, in stores now. Directed by Sam Ellison.
Reflection Eternal (Hi-Tek and Talib Kweli) talk to Hard Knock TV’s Devi Dev about new album Revolutions Per Minute, How and why they formed the group, the meaning of the album title, the significance of the song Ballad of the Black Gold and how its so relevant to the Louisiana Oil Spill and Obama’s take [cont.]
On the day of the release of “Revolutions Per Minute”, AOL caught up with the Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek in Los Angeles — where Kweli dwells part-time — and shadowed them as they ran around town, making promotional television and radio appearances, in support of their new record.
You have to love this industry. Babygrande released their own Reflection Eternal LP on May 25th, comprised of collected works from Hi-Tek’s work with the label. This dropped the same day as Revolutions Per Minute. Tracklist: 1. Time Is Now – Hi-Tek, Reflection Eternal (Hi-Tek & Talib Kweli) 2. Power, Money & Influence – Guru, [cont.]
Ten years ago, Talib Kweli and DJ Hi-Tek helped define the face of Rawkus Records, as well as the indie hip-hop movement, with their self-titled debut LP, also known as Train of Thought. Arguably a hip-hop classic, this magnum opus captured the essence of the one producer / one emcee team up, much like classic [cont.]
Talib Kweli + Hi-Tek perform “Ballad Of The Black Gold”, backed up by The Roots. Taken from the album, Revolutions Per Minute, available now. Nice lyric change up – shout out to BP, heh……
New Court Dunn directed clip from the album Revolutions Per Minute, in stores now.
Real shit right here….. Talib rocks stages, stadiums, and intimate in stores at real record shops. Revolutions Per Minute in stores now.
New drop from Revolutions Per Minute.Just another butter track from Kweli and Hi-Tek.Revolutions Per Minute is stores May 18th. LISTEN: Reflection Eternal – “Ballad of The Black Gold”
The latest from Reflection Eternal’s reunion LP, Revolutions Per Minute, dropping May 18th (along with everything else in the world).
Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek speak on the new album, directed by Mark Carranceja of Noisemaker Media.
While the lead single, “Midnight Hour” (feat. Estelle) plays in the background. Revolutions Per Minute in stores on May 18th.
Dope album cover + dope album title = dope album? We’ll know for sure on May 18th.
Interviewer Kayvon does not know who Hi-Tek is, and assumes he is Tech 9ine. Hilarity ensues.
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