Talib and Rapsody deliver the visuals for this cut from the upcoming Indie 500 project that is a collaborative album between Kweli and 9th Wonder.
Talib Kweli and his collective, Colours of The Culture — which is comprised of emcees Talib, Niko Is, Chaz Van Queen, K’Valentine and Truly Def, producers Thanks Joey, Krikos, and Henry Daher, singer Paulina Vo, visual artist YousTheJuice, filmmaker Chris Smith, comedian Seth Byrd and multi-hyphenates Anthony “Townsky” Diaz, The Narcysist and Palmer Reed — have released the collaborative project Roy G Biv: What A Colourful World. The Styles P cut is certainly one to check out.
With The Roots providing the music, Talib Kweli and Rapsody perform “Every Ghetto” on The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon.
2/3 of Indie 500 connect with West Coast rhyme slingers Bad Lucc and Problem for the Eric G produced “Pay Ya Dues.”
Talib Kweli and Cassper Nyovest explain why money isn’t the only thing that’s important with this new video.
Talib Kweli’s album title is indicative of his mind state as he drops a free project that features the likes of Styles P, Ab Soul & Miguel. Stream the album above and then head to Kweli’s website for the free download.
The official video for DJ EFN’s “Paradise” featuring Talib Kweli, Redman and Wreckonize drops to keep the momentum from EFN’s recently released Another Time from slowing down anytime soon.
DJ EFN reels in Talib Kweli, Wrekonize and Reggie Noble for this choice cut from his upcoming album Another Time dropping on March 3rd.
Are you ready for your head to explode? Well, Pharaohe Monch, Talib Kweli and 9th Wonder have joined forces to form the supergroup “Indie 500.”
Are you done going “oh sh*t” yet? Okay, now go ahead and watch Okayplayer‘s video that explains how these incredible artists connected.
With the release of Diamond D’s 7th studio album The Diam Piece (which you can cop here), the legendary Diggin’ In The Crates producer/emcee drops a jewel that features Talib Kweli, Skyzoo and elZHi. Give it a listen and then pick up the album that also features Pete Rock, Kurupt, Black Rob, Fat Joe, Chino XL, Pharoahe Monch, Hi Tek and more.