Talib Kweli chopped it up with VladTV recent about the indie music scene compared to main stream success. He spoke specifically about the indie paths taken by Macklemore and Mac Miller, and how they’ve managed to gain wide-spread success without turning to a label to make them famous. Talib feels as though Macklemore’s talents have [cont.]
From The White Shadow Of Norway’s upcoming LP, Nightmare Concert.
Kwel’s Prisoner of Conscious is available now.
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Last week, new comer Chance The Rapper, OG Talib Kweli, and Cory Mo came together on Showoff Radio with Statik Selektah. Over ASAP Rocky’s 1 Train beat, Talib kicked the cypher off. Tune in to Showoff Radio each and every Thursday from 8p to Midnight EST.
Yesterday, Talib Kweli performed Get By in our Sway in the Morning In-Studio Concert Series (watch here). Just as promised, today this rapper drops knowledge in a conversation about hip-hop and representing ourselves. We’re all familiar with Rick Ross and Lil Wayne’s recent loss in their endorsements because of certain lyrics. Talib weighed in saying… [cont.]
Okay Player follows Talib Kweli, celebrating the release of his new album, Prisoner of Conscious.
From Jon’s Unconscious State project, due out on iTunes soon. Nice use of The Roots’ “Clones” sample.
Talib Kweli speaks on discussion with Rick Ross over his opinion, his new album, Prisoner Of Conscious & more.
Songs lyrics can be hypnotic, poetic, seductive or inscrutable, and we’ve all had moments where we wonder about the meaning of a specific line or a stanza. For our “Dramatic Interpretations” series, Google Play presents some of today’s top artists with a classic song verse, and asks them to give a reading of it as [cont.]
Talib Kweli gives us a full stream of his new album, Prisoner Of Conscious, which hits stores tomorrow. In the YouTube clip under it, Talib Kweli gives you a first hand look at his new CD packaging, which includes the lyrics and several illustrations from artists interpreting a ‘Prisoner of Conscious.’
From the Prisoner Of Conscious LP, hitting May 7th.
New material from Ricky Blaze, featuring Talib Kweli, BKMC.
Talib Kweli spits over Drake’s “5 AM In Toronto”. “Regardless if you think I’m a prisoner of conscious / I enlist certain responses to make me the poorest choice to be backed by a corporate sponsor / so I’m independent as fuck / so my company still get raucous (rawkus)”.
Track off of Sophia Danai’s EP,’Wishing Well’ which is now available.
Kweli borrows Chris Brown’s “Fine China” instrumental, for his own rendition.
R.A. The Rugged Man and Talib Kweli are two of the most legendary lyricists of the modern era, and they made the dreams of hip hop fans worldwide come true with their recently-released “Learn Truth”. Video directed by Clay Patrick McBride. Song produced by Mr. Green. Edited by Brood Baby. “Learn Truth” is off Legends [cont.]
Kwel preps for Prisoner of Conscious with an appearance on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, alongside Bilal and The Roots.
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