From the stellar EP The Seven comes the video for the Talib Kweli and Styles P collaboration with Jadakiss, Sheek Louch and Niko Is titled “Nine Point Five.” Utilizing a collection of tour footage, the duo give you an insider look on how they get down.
Your Old Droog and Talib Kweli proceed to flex lyrical talent over a nasty instrumental on DJ Tony Touch’s show while K’Valentine and Raekwon also drop in briefly.
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LIVE FROM HEADQCOURTERZ RADIO SHOW
APRIL 14, 2017
FROM 10pm-MIDNIGHT (EASTERN TIME)
HERE IS THE PLAYLIST FOR APRIL 14, 2017
TALIB KWELI & STYLES P FEAT. JADAKISS, SHEEK LOUCH & NIKO IS – NINE POINT FIVE (PRODUCED BY MARCO POLO)
On April 14, Talib Kweli and Styles P will release their collaborative effort The Seven. With the announcement comes “Nine Point Five” with the assistance of Sheek’s Lox brethren and Niko Is with Marco Polo providing the beat. This joint goes.
When Talib Kweli isn’t delivering ether to Twitter trolls, he’s in the booth pulverizing the microphone. He goes at the microphone and delivers 64 bars for Red Bull and it’s certainly worth your time.
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.”
The video for Talib Kweli and Styles P representing as the last real people left in the industry has finally been released.
1/3 of The Lox links up with 1/2 of Reflection Eternal to create “Last Ones.” The title reflects the duo’s dedication to consider the culture in everything that they do.
Talib Kweli revisits this cut from the Indie 500 with assistance from Aloe Blacc and Problem while Nottz provides the beat.
Tim Westwood continues dropping historical heat and this installment features Talib Kweli and Novel from 2002 tearing it down.