In the midst of key events like The Global Poverty Projects’ Global Citizen Festival in New York’s Central Park and the Congressional Black Caucus Weekend in Washington, D.C.,…
On a live CNN broadcast today (August 21), Don Lemon spoke with rapper and activist Talib Kweli about the unrest and conditions in Ferguson. That’s when things quickly…
Friday April 19th marks the three-year anniversary of the passing of Gang Starr’s lead MC Keith Edward Elam aka Guru. To commemorate his life producer…
Bow Wow has revealed the features for his upcoming album Underrated, due in 2012. For the project, the YMCMB rapper enlists Lil Wayne, Busta Rhymes, Talib Kweli, Meek Mill, Lloyd Banks, Chris Brown and Musiq Soulchild. For the album’s bonus track, Bow Wow links up with Boyz II Men. Additionally, the former So So Def […]
Talib Kweli is the latest musician to offer his support to the Occupy Wall Street movement. He showed up at New York's Liberty Plaza Thursday night for an a cappella, spoken-word style performance. Video inside.
Talib Kweli is the latest musician to offer his support to the Occupy Wall Street movement. He showed up at New York’s Liberty Plaza Thursday night for an a cappella, spoken-word style performance. Previously, Jeff Mangum of Neutral Milk Hotel and Michael Franti entertained the crowd into the night. WATCH part of Kweli’s performance: Source: […]
Here’s a new song from Talib Kweli. It’s called “So Disgusting,” and it’s from his forthcoming mixtape “We Run This Vol. 7.” RELATED POSTS: Talib Kweli Feat. Jean Grae – “Uh Oh” [VIDEO PREMIERE] Talib Kweli Removes Colt 45 As Sponsor Of Kansas Concert Nick Cannon & Talib Kweli “Role Model” [MUSIC]
Talib Kweli teams up with Jean Grae to cook up a macabre visual for their track “Uh Oh” from his album Gutter Rainbows. Oxnard’s Oh No is on the beat. (props to the TSS) RELATED POSTS: Talib Kweli Removes Colt 45 As Sponsor Of Kansas Concert Talib Kweli “How You Love Me” [MUSIC VIDEO] Jean […]
Talib Kweli recently took a stand against a concert venue in Lawrence, KS that had brought on Colt 45 to sponsor Kweli’s upcoming concert in the city. Kweli was unhappy about the sponsorship and had them removed.
Following yesterday’s tragic news of Soulja Boy Tell Em’s brother’s death from a fatal car crash over the weekend, hip-hop artists Young Buck, Talib Kweli and Sean Kingston have publicly displayed their support.
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