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Editors’ Notes

A full decade after their first album, the critically acclaimed Train of Thought, Brooklyn MC Talib Kweli and Cincinnati producer Hi-Tek finally reunite for their long-awaited follow-up. Much has changed over that ten-year span — Talib signed with a major and got bigger than ever before, Hi-Tek stayed more in the shadows but kept busy making tracks for some of hip-hop's finest, and the Internet pretty much took over the world (especially music) — but one thing stayed the same; their chemistry on a record together. Though this one may not be as "classic" as their debut, it's still pretty great, especially the spooky- sounding love jam "Got Work," the trippy drug commentary of "Lifting Off," and the triumphant "Back Again." Guest spots come from a wide array of homies, including Mos Def, Jay Electronica, Bun B, Estelle, and Chester French, among others.

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Another Classic

Most under-appreciated group in hip-hop today
New age gangstarr
Their longevity is unreal

Oh Wow

This album is unreal. Hip Hop at its finest people. Please buy, everyone needs to hear this.

Well worth the wait!

Its been a solid 10 years since Hi-Tek and Kweli have blessed us with their dynamic sound, and their timing couldn't have been better. In an era of cheap beats and fake rhymes, they have gone against the grain to produce a truly artful album that keeps you interested from start to finish!

Biography

Born: October 3, 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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