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Talib Kweli Reaches Out To Kanye West: “We Love You, Come Home”
Kweli isn't on board with Yeezy's Donald Trump comments.
El B And Talib Kweli Power Through Political Upheaval In “Sigo Aquí”
Hip-hop has always been a vehicle of change.
Lil Durk, Talib Kweli & James Fauntleroy’s Black “Eyes” Are The Truth
Lil Durk, Talib Kweli and Fauntleroy get together for a moving song.
Talib Kweli Speaks On Gun Culture In America
Talib Kweli has remained vocal about educating the masses on racial injustice and the swell of gun culture in the U.S.
Spotify Weighs Into Upcoming Election With New Series
Exploring the intersectionality of music and the current political landscape.
Nas Brought A Quiet Storm To The 2016 ‘Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival’
Nas, Talib Kweli, Fabolous, Rapsody and more rocked Brooklyn.
Rapsody Signs To Jay Z’s Roc Nation
Hov and Roc Nation welcome their newest member, North Carolina MC, Rapsody.
Samuel L. Jackson Leads “I Can Breathe” With Mad Lion, KRS-One, Talib Kweli & Brother J
A musical collaboration with a message for the movement
Purple Reign: 25 Times Hip-Hop Lyrically Praised Prince
In honor of the Purple One, relive 25 Prince references from hip-hop's top lyricists.
When Doves Cry: Celebrities React On Twitter To Prince’s Untimely Death
Today isn't a good day.
Where Brooklyn At? Nas And Fabolous To Headline Brooklyn’s Annual ‘BK Fest’
It's not a matter of whether or not this will be lit, it's HOW lit will the festival be?
Talib Kweli Responds To Gene Simmons’ “Death Of Rap” Comments
Talib Kweli is not here for Gene Simmons. At all.
Iggy Azalea And Talib Kweli’s Twitter Feud Escalated Rather Quickly
After the release of Macklermore and Ryan Lewis' new song "White Privilege II," Talib Kweli blasted Iggy Azalea for her response, which then prompted a…
Talib Kweli Addresses Iggy’s Response To Macklemore’s “White Privilege II”
Talib Kweli wasn't satisfied with Iggy Azalea's dismissal of Macklemore's new single.
Talib Kweli Discusses Non-Indictment In Tamir Rice Case: “Murderous Cops Walk Free Again”
The Brooklyn native is speaking out about the recent non-indictment of the Cleveland police officers who gunned down Tamir Rice.
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