The game has truly gone international—on Long Life, Parisian producer and lover of all things hip-hop Dela flips a soulful sample as Brooklyn Legend Talib Kweli sends a message to all the “lullaby rappers” in the game today. Praying that the wack emcees can realize the error of their ways, a non-bitter Kweli shines over Dela’s breezy backdrop of a beat, on this first listen from the forthcoming Changes of Atmosphere. With no release date yet announced, DJBooth listeners should take hold of this “love language” and enjoy the intercontinental experience.
Written by Kevin L. Clark on 10/6/08
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