"Hip Hop ain't as dead as it looks, nah, diversions to cover up the lies..." POWERFUL! This is music of magic right here. Talib Kweli and Styles P drop their joint album The Seven tomorrow, along with King Kendrick, and they're not messing around with this new drop ahead of
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King Talib comes through for the Red Bull 64 Bars series and boy does he finesse he only way he knows how. We see him in studio with two engineers who refuse to shift their focus away from him as they bop their heads in agreement of the evident fire
Talib Kweli and Styles P have been on tour together and are almost wrapping up but not before they drop some fire bars with this collabo for Last Ones. The joint is super chilled but make no mistake and overlook it. The bars are king standard as Talib and Styles
Talib shares a new version of his 2015 original Every Ghetto which featured Rhapsody and had 9th Wonder on production. On this remix he enlists the dope storyteller from Compton, Problem, as well as the soulful vocals of Aloe Blacc to relay messages about life in the ghetto. The wordsmith
This collaboration is taken from the Colours of the Culture. This is a compilation mixtape that highlights his collective of artists on his Javotti Media label.Style P and Talib trade bars like they were gold.
Produced by Hi Tek Talib Kweli drops a new single from his album with 9th Wonder called Indie 500. This is for every ghetto.