Talib Kweli - Attack the Block

Production: 88 Keys, 9th Wonder, Charlemagne, E. Jones, OhNo, S1

Lead Single: To The Music

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With his Prisoner of Consciousness LP due out in October, Brooklyn rap pioneer Talib Kweli has decided to whet fans' appetites and build fan anticipation for the set with a fresh mixtape prelude. Hosted and arranged by DJ Z-Trip, the full-length collection of original material features reader-approved song releases, "Fly Away" and "To the Music."Complete with guest appearances from Black Thought, Fashawn, Jae Millz, Jay Rock, John Forte, Maino, Rah Digga, Ryan Leslie and Skyzoo, and packing production by 88 Keys, 9th Wonder, Charlemagne, E. Jones, OhNo and S1, the tape is now available for stream and free download via The DJBooth.

Fans can also check out Talib Kweli's previous albums: Talib Kweli - GravitasTalib Kweli - Prisoner of ConsciousTalib Kweli - Fly Away (Re-Produced) EP

Written by on Sep 03, 2012

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