Talib Kweli – Prisoner Of Conscious (Album Stream)

Talib Kweli gives us a free stream of his new album Prisoner Of Conscious before it is released tomorrow. It is available for purchase on iTunes.

Props: Billboard

Previously: Talib Kweli ft. Busta Rhymes – Rocket Ships (Prod. by RZA)


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17 Responses to “Talib Kweli – Prisoner Of Conscious (Album Stream)”

  1. cOLD Says:

    wisdom be leakin’ out my grapefruit troop.

  2. Gob Bluth Says:

    Kanye ain’t answering my calls rap

  3. Fyodor Drostoevsky Says:

    Favela Love>>>>>

    Seu Jorge>>>>>

    Rapping about the only thing “conscious” about Brazil>>>>>

    Terrace Martin prod>>>>>>>>

  4. Harlem World Says:

    Nancy DiTomaso, a professor of management and global business at Rutgers Business School, believes otherwise, stating that such high unemployment rates for African Americans has, instead, to do with favoritism.

    In The Great Divide, the New York Times new series about inequality, she writes: “Such favoritism has a strong racial component. Through such seemingly innocuous networking, white Americans tend to help other whites, because social resources are concentrated among whites. If African-Americans are not part of the same networks, they will have a harder time finding decent jobs. The mechanism that reproduces inequality, in other words, may be inclusion more than exclusion.”

    How has social media played a role in all of this? Time and again Twitter has been highlighted for its stark divide across color lines, Black Twitter perhaps being its most notable subgroup. Could it be that social networks like Facebook and Tumblr, platforms meant to connect people, have in fact aided in creating greater disadvantages?

  5. Jacques Derrida Says:

    Open the gates

  6. Harlem World Says:

    Rapping about the only thing “conscious” about Brazil>>>>>

    Terrace Martin prod>>>>>>>>

    ===============

    brazil >>>>

    terrace martin is the saxophonist?

    i get confused between terrace martin and thelonius martin

  7. Gob Bluth Says:

    Could it be that social networks like Facebook and Tumblr, platforms meant to connect people, have in fact aided in creating greater disadvantages?

    ^

    when have we ever been connected ??

    if anything social media bring more light to the fact that we’ve always been segregated

  8. Harlem World Says:

    camron rapping over the theme of a summer place >>>>> camron rapping over the magnum pi theme >>>> camron rapping over the hill street blues theme >>> camron rappin over the bugsy malone song

    he gotta thing for theme songs

  9. Fyodor Drostoevsky Says:

    terrace martin is the saxophonist?

    ^

    Yeah. Once again I cosign actually learning an instrument to expand beat making prowess.

  10. b Says:

    talib kweli= Thanks, but I shall pass rap

  11. Cypher Says:

    http://www.hulkshare.com/mobile/index.php#549l4kp46ygw

    ^

    FYPMs beat

  12. Free J Says:

    if anything social media bring more light to the fact that we’ve always been segregated

    ^^^

    Cosign 53%

    Social media showed me the majority of the world shoulda never had access to computers. Hard to differentiate what’s what. A lot of shit is trolling and ppl being to sensitive

  13. Cypher Says:

    http://limelinx.com/iqz2

    ^
    Mine

    Tried posting the second link but it keeps getting stuck in moderation

  14. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    Jacques Derrida
    17 mins ago
    Open the gates

    ^lol

  15. Jacques Derrida Says:

    ?

  16. Jacques Derrida Says:

    Thanks Eskay/Nation/Dre/Whoever

  17. Jderrida Says:

    GATES
    OPEN

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