Talib Kweli – Push Thru Feat. Curren$y & Kendrick Lamar

Talib’s newest single from his upcoming Prisoner of Consciousness album is certainly one of his most unique ones to date. Spitta leads you in with his trademarked deceptively sleepy-eyed flow, while the energy continues to intensify until you reach the final verse featuring Kendrick’s stream-of-consciousness, spitfire flow. While the two youngsters’ styles greatly contrast each other, Talib is able to balance things out enough to make sure everything sounds perfect.

’Talib Kweli – Push Thru Feat. Curren$y & Kendrick Lamar’
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[Hip-Hop] Das Racist & Talib Kweli – The Actual

Two NYC legends link up for a showcase of east coast lyricism. Das Racist has one of the most unique sounds of anyone making rap music and on this track Heems, one half of the group, goes off with his stream-of-consciousness flow. We already know what to expect from Brooklyn MC Talib Kweli, who spits effortlessly over the classic, horn-driven production. A must listen for anyone who thinks hip-hop is a dying genre.

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[Hip/Hop] Talib Kweli – Gutter Rainbows (Album Review)

If Rakim is your favorite rapper’s favorite rapper, and Jay-Z is New York’s native son, where does that leave Talib Kweli? He’s the socially conscious, forever-underground guy, continually burned by the rap “game”, or, the money game — where lyrical talent and flow take backseats to branding, image, and monetizing talent.

But Talib carries his burdens well. He does what he wants to do, fuck all, and in the end, we’re the ones who benefit, especially when it comes to Gutter Rainbows. The latest from the BK MC has a few stumbles, but mostly gems. Gutter Rainbows was released January 25th. Read the full review here.

Talib Kweli – Gutter Rainbows

’Talib Kweli – Gutter Rainbows’

Talib Kweli – Cold Rain

’Talib Kweli – Cold Rain’
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[EXCLUSIVE] The Hip/Hop Alley: Collaborative Mixtape by The Music Ninja and Pigeons and Planes

Hip/Hop fans your moment has come. Pigeons and Planes and The Music Ninja is bringing you the freshest new hip/hop songs to have come out in the last couple of days, all at once. Just like Pigeons and Planes pointed out last week, there are just way too many hip/hop music blogs that post 10 new songs a day without any type of quality filter. Not everyone has the time to go through all the mp3s songs and pick the best… but lucky for you.. We do! From a long list of great songs we handed picked our 12 favorite and bundled them up in an organized downloadable .zip file.

Click here to Download Album (63mbs)

This album/Mixtape not only features original tracks from upcoming hip/hop artists like Chiddy Bang, J.Cole, B.o.B, Donnis, Theophilus London but also from already established influencial artists lie Nas, Damian Marley Talib Kweli and mash-ups of Mos Def with Desmond Dekker.


1. Big Boi – Shutterbug
2. Damian Marley & Nas – As We Enter
3. Theophilus London – Oops
4. Chiddy Bang – Hey London
5. B.o.B. ft. Playboy Tre and T.I. – Bet I Bust
6. Talib Kweli – Midnight Hour ft. Estelle
7. Marky – Rasta Monsta
8. Intuition – Buzzkill ft. Slug
9. Carlos St. John – Breathe Again
10. Donnis – Underdog
11. Mos Dub Mashup
12. J. Cole – Lights Please


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[Mash-Up] Mos Def With Desmond Dekker & The Aces – History Town


Max Tannone, best known for his mash-up album Jaydiohead: The Encore, is a producer of hip-hop beats and dance music that recently released another mash-up album mixing Mos Def’s lyrical style with varied influential reggae artists. One of the most impressive songs out of this ten-track mash up madness is his take on the fusion of Mos Def and Talib Kweli with the roots reggae beats of Demsond Dekker. A very relaxed exploration of

You can download the entire Mos Dub Album here

Mos Def with Desmond Dekker & The Aces (Mos Dub Mashup)



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