TALIB KWELI – SHE’S MY HERO (PRODUCED BY OH NO)

Talib Kweli drops “She’s My Hero” about the true story of Bresha Meadows, the 14-year-old who is serving a prison sentence stemming from shooting her father in 2016 after her and her family suffered years of domestic abuse.

“Regardless of how you feel about this particular case, whether you feel it’s a self defense issue, a domestic abuse issue, a mental health issue or all of the above, the take away for me is that we must do a better job of taking care of and protecting our children. Our children should never feel they have to make these kinds of decisions. I see my own children in Bresha’s young face, and I want to uplift their voices as much as I possibly can,” Kweli said in a press release.

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DJ PREMIER – LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW PLAYLIST FOR APRIL 14, 2017 (GUESTS: TALIB KWELI & K’VALENTINE)

DJ PREMIER

LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW

APRIL 14, 2017

ON SIRIUS/XM SATELLITE RADIO
HIP HOP NATION
CHANNEL 44
FRIDAY NIGHTS
FROM 10pm-MIDNIGHT (EASTERN TIME)
 
GUESTS: TALIB KWELI & K’VALENTINE

HERE IS THE PLAYLIST FOR APRIL 14, 2017

 
  1.  Milano Constantine (f. Lil Fame of M.O.P.)–10-4
  2.  Your Old Droog–Rapman
  3.  Dave East–It Was Written
  4.  Agallah & Duke Westlake–Marlon Brando
  5.  Talib Kweli & Styles P–Brown Guys
  6.  K’Valentine–Award Shows
  7.  Rob Viktum (f. Awar & Conway)–Presidential Bubble Goose
  8.  Raekwon (f. P.U.R.E.)–M & N
  9.  Talib Kweli & Styles P (f. Rapsody & Chris Rivers)–Let It Burn
10.  Starvin B. & DJ M-1–Cash Type
11.  K’Valentine–Family
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12. Kool G. Rap & DJ Polo–Rhyme Tyme
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13.  Faith Evans (f. Jadakiss)–NYC
14.  Talib Kweli & Styles P (f. Sheek Louch, Jadakiss, Niko IS)–Nine Point Five
15.  K’Valentine–Foreplay
16.  Da Villinz & DJ Skizz (f. Sean Price)–Indivisible
17.  Rick & Mass–Scunions
18.  Talib Kweli & Styles P–Last Ones
19.  Kendrick Lamar–Duckworth
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MAURICE BROWN FEAT. TALIB KWELI – STAND UP

Emcee and trumpeter Maurice Brown has a call to arms with Talib Kweli on “Stand Up,” which serves as a message to the masses.

“‘Stand Up’ is a call for humanity, to take a stand for something and come together to make a positive difference in the world around us” Brown said in a press statement. “We are in a political and economic climate that has been sapping the energy and sense of hope from everyone around us. Inspired by the advice that my father gave me when I was a kid (stand for something or you’ll fall for anything), I want to call people to come together, take a stand for a better life & a better world and help one another in whatever way possible, big or small. To collectively be the change we wish to see in the world.”