As Diamond D and Talib Kweli prepare to drop their collab album Gotham, the duo releases a video for their new joint “On Mamas.”
Talib Kweli and Diamond D have teamed up for a collaborative album titled Gotham: A Hip-Hop Love Letter To New York City that’s dropping in the near future. To get a taste of what’s to come, the tandem release the first single “Far Out Bar Out” with A.F.R.O. coming through with the lyrical assist.
Election Day is right around the corner and De La Soul isn’t here to mince words. The legendary trio is ready to get Trump out of office and recruits Talib Kweli, Styles P, Pharoahe Monch, Chuck D and Mysonne for “Remove 45.”
Ace Hook connects with Joell Ortiz and Talib Kweli for “Signs” from Clark’s Black Privilege that will drop on 9-14-18 and will feature Talib Kweli, Joell Ortiz, Beanie Sigel, Elzhi, Fashawn & Skyzoo.
From Talib Kweli’s Radio Silence comes the video for the Jay Electronica and Yummy Bingham featured “All of Us.” Directed by Yassin ‘Narcy’ Alsalman, the video tells the tragic story of a Black man and his son’s experiences with police brutality.
When you see a Forever M.C. song coming, you know it’s going to be filled with bars. This time around we find Lupe Fiasco, Talib Kweli, Hus Kingpin and Rozewood on “School.”
With the release of Radio Silence, Talib Kweli drops the official video for the Kaytranada produced “Traveling Light” featuring Anderson .Paak. The video is littered with cameos from the likes of Spike Lee, Q-Tip, Dave Chappelle, Hannibal Burress and more.
Talib Kweli is preparing to release Radio Silence on Friday and teases us with a banger that features Anderson .Paak and Kaytranada on the beat. If “Traveling Man” is any indication, Talib’s next album will be another notch under the NY emcee’s belt.
From Talib Kweli’s next album Radio Silence comes his collaboration with Rick Ross and Yummy Bingham “Heads Up, Eyes Open.”
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.