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this album is great, truely one of the best of 2010. A must have for true hip-hop lovers, talib Kweli is one of the greatest and most underated MC's of all time and it shows so in this album. Hi-tek has laid down perfect beats and produce to make this a true masterpeice aswell.

best tracks: Strangers(Feat. Bun B), In this world, Midnight Hour(Feat. Estelle) & Long hot summer.

Hip hop for the modern era

Another awesome album, certainly matured from the first album attempt (although I probably like Eardrum a little bit more). This album really brings lyrically sound hip hop into the modern era. As everyone who knows of Talib knows how underrated he is hopefully this album receives more acclaim from the general public. Well done boys - good luck with the sales!


Undoubtedly some of the best music to appear in recent times this production just brings to life what is so inspirational about hip-hop: from the grooves of "Back Again" to the soul in "Midnight Hour" music is perfect like this.

For me, it might sound alittle off but man "Lifting off" is a special song... it truly capsulates a Reflection...

Thanks for the tunes guys.



Born: 03 October 1975 in Brooklyn, NY

Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

If skills sold, Talib Kweli would have been one of the most commercially successful rappers of his time. As it was, however, the earnest MC became one of the most critically successful rappers of his time, which dawned in the late '90s when he rapped alongside Mos Def and DJ Hi-Tek as part of the group Black Star. This trio of up-and-comers and their widely acclaimed self-titled 1998 album debut, Black Star, helped make Rawkus Records one of the premier underground rap outposts of the late '90s....
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