Video: Talib Kweli Talks Rick Ross, Lil Wayne on Sway in the Morning

“I was disappointed when they got dropped. I wish they would have came with stronger apologies sooner and kept they money. I wanted them to keep their money. I don’t wanna see no black man lose nothing.”

Here’s some more footage from Kweli’s trip to Sway in the Morning. He speaks on releasing his new LP indpendently and Ross and Wayne’s loss of their endorsement deals with Reebok and Mountain Dew respectively.

Previously: Talib Kweli Performs “Get By” on Sway in the Morning


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12 Responses to “Video: Talib Kweli Talks Rick Ross, Lil Wayne on Sway in the Morning”

  1. Rajon Trondo Says:

    Fuck Boy Music
    30 mos, 1 wk ago
    yeah the dude posting as eskay on here. is not eskay.

    i know it was a poser/imposter.

    I actually emailed eskay to see if that was him posting. Eskay said it wasn’t him.

    I guess he hacked Eskay’s blog account.

    Eskay was never that disrespectful

  2. Rajon Trondo Says:

    Fuck Boy Music
    30 mos, 1 wk ago
    Black people have always been kalling themselves Apes, Chimps, Gorilla’s, Mungkey’s, Orangatans…in rap…

    listen to jada
    listen to 50 cent
    listen to jay-z

    they always make comparisons of black niggers to apes/gorillas

    and now niggas get mad and sensitive.

  3. AR-Clip Says:

    The No. 1 song in the country right now is “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore and Ryan Lewis, a rap group out of Seattle. Their claim to fame: They got the song to the top of the chart by themselves, without being signed by a major label.

    They’ve bragged about this success in a video spoof and on Twitter.

    But the story they’ve been telling —the story that’s been widely reported —is not entirely true.

    The truth is that Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hired a company to help them get their music into stores. That company, Alternative Distribution Alliance, is an arm of Warner Music Group, one of the most major of the major labels.

  4. Rajon Trondo Says:

    Swear to gawd eskay – u should put out a coffee table book of all FBM’s comments..

    Shit would go triple plat..

  5. AR-Clip Says:

    Smh at them niggas

  6. Jackson7 Says:

    jayz and raekwon in the studio together?

    sayword???

    even if it is 15 years late

    camel and rae both top 3 DOA

  7. King James Says:

    co-sign fbm/hoots comments>>>>

  8. Jackson7 Says:

    *daps Tronye West*

  9. tHe kiD fRanKiE Says:

    jayz and raekwon in the studio together?

    ^rae sharper than jay at this point imo

  10. King James Says:

    tron this nigga hoots trolled the hell out these niggas lmao but he’s really about that fashion life

    slumz.boxden .com/f185/louis-vuitton-gucci-hermes-cartier-christian-louboutin-1427325/

  11. Rajon Trondo Says:

    Peace landlord

  12. Gob Bluth Says:

    The truth is that Macklemore and Ryan Lewis hired a company to help them get their music into stores. That company, Alternative Distribution Alliance, is an arm of Warner Music Group, one of the most major of the major labels.

    ^

    cBc

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