11 Songs, 47 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

The hip-hop vet continues indulging his many disparate inspirations.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.

EDITORS’ NOTES

The hip-hop vet continues indulging his many disparate inspirations.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics.
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Ratings and Reviews

4.2 out of 5
48 Ratings
48 Ratings
BrothaAbstract ,

Vintage Kweli

Kweli is usually consistant with solid albums and this one is no exception. Loving the Jay Electronica Appearanceon "All of us". Its Such a rare occurance to hear him, that you're overjoyed when you actually do. I'm not a fan of Wakka Floka or Rick Rossat all, but their verses weren't as cringeworthy as i thought they'd be. I'd say another good one to add to his catalog.

Al-Is-So-Wack ,

Radio "Controlled" Silence

I gave 4 star on the strength of who he is. It would probably be a good buy if I had the money right now. This is not a review...but more of a statement. Radio is being controlled and it's much bigger than the stations that play the music. The music we call wack is being played on the radio by design. They are wanting to normalize us into thinking bad music is good and good music is bad. It is being done to all of the arts.

CMTKG ,

Killacam

Im just happy talib kweli is stull the same person feel like we could use an album like this lol

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