The Artist Formally Known as Sense unleashes the video for “When We Move” from his recently released A Beautiful Revolution Pt. 2. The song features the lyrical stylings of Black Thought and a hook by Seun Kuti. Of course, the revolution will be both televised and heard.
The Roots just released a deluxe version of their 1995 album Do You Want More?!!!??! and there’s an unreleased gem that is sure to get your attention. On “In Your Dreams Kid (I’m Every MC)” Black Thought emulates Guru, Jungle Brothers, Q-Tip and others. Can you name them all?
Tobe Nwigwe has had a fantastic 2020 and will follow up his Pandemic EP with a full-length project Cincoriginals on December 13. With the release around the corner, Nwigwe grabs Black Thought and Grammy-nominated emcee Royce 5’9″ for the “Father Figure” video.
Your Old Droog will release his Dump YOD: Krutoy Edition project on December 4th and releases the first single “Pravda” with Black Thought, El-P, Mach-Hommy and Tha God Fahim adding their bars to the extended cipher.
Common knows that this country is in disarray as the Presidential Election is right around the corner. Ultimately, all he wants is peace and collaborates with Black Thought for “Say Peace” with PJ on the hook.
BLACK THOUGHT, CEE-LO GREEN, SYLEENA JOHNSON, ANTHONY HAMILTON & STEPHEN MARLEY – IS IT BECAUSE I’M BLACK? (PRODUCED BY SALAAM REMI)
Salaam Remi enlists and impressive lineup that includes Black Thought, Ce-Lo Green, Syleena Johnson, Anthony Hamilton and Stephen Marley for a little protest music with “Is It Because I’m Black?”
The third installment of Black Thought’s Streams of Thought will drop on July 31st and be produced entirely by Sean-C. The Roots frontman unleashes the first song from the project with the appropriately titled “Thought vs. Everybody.”
To kick off the 2020 BET Awards, Public Enemy properly read the room and brought in Nas, Black Thought, Rapsody, YG and Jahi to revamp their classic song “Fight The Power.” As relevant now as it was 31 years ago, each emcee brings their own flavor to the 2020 version of the song.
Apollo Brown has announced another collaboration album. This time, the Detroit producer is working with Buffalo’s Che Noir on As God Intended for a July 10th release. For their first offering, the duo are joined by Black Thought on “Hustle Don’t Give.”
“This joint is a favorite of mine, and it was also the last beat I made for the album. I love how Che’ comes at you from all different angles, and gives the imagery that’s needed in this game” Apollo stated to OkayPlayer. “It was an honor to have one of the best to do it, Black Thought, on this record as well, giving his take on the grind.”
Adrian Younge provides the musical backing for Black Thought to paint his lyricism with “Noir.”
“The obsession with race is disturbing to those that wish to divert attention away from the unyielding attributes that have plagued black America,” Younge says. “However, we all must realize how such disenfranchisement has negatively affected us all. We are all equal and we are all human; we all have something to say and something to contribute; essentially, we all deserve to be heard, recognized and respected. That being said, our celebration of Black History Month brings us closer to understanding the struggles and contributions African Americans have made in making America what it is.”