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Mos Def – Tim Westwood Freestyle (2000)

Thursday, October 6th, 2016

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Here’s three minutes of a jet lagged Yasiin Bey going off the head on Tim Westwood’s show back in 2000. He starts out a bit slow but he’s spitting by the end.

Listen below.

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Yasiin Bey – Tim Westwood Freestyle (1999)

Thursday, December 17th, 2015

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For this week’s Throwback Thursday offering, Westwood liberates a rare Yasiin Bey (still Mos Def at the time) off the head freestyle from 1999.

Listen below.

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Golden Rules ft. Yasiin Bey – Never Die

Wednesday, June 10th, 2015

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Producer Paul White and artist Eric Biddines have connected for a joint project under the moniker Golden Rules. Today they share the first single from their upcoming Golden Ticket album, “Never Die” featuring Yasiin Bey.

Listen below.

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Yasiin Gaye (Mos Def & Marvin Gaye) – The Return: Side Two

Wednesday, June 4th, 2014

Amerigo Gazaway liberates the second installment in his highly praised Soul Mates blend project, Yasiin Gaye. The Return: Side Two gives us 18 new mashups of Mos Def and Marvin Gaye classics.

Stream and download below.

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Yasiin Gaye (Mos Def & Marvin Gaye) – Travellin’ Man Pt. II (Distant Lovers Mix)

Tuesday, May 27th, 2014

Good news: Amerigo Gazaway is getting ready to drop Side 2: The Return, the second chapter in his Yasiin Bey and Marvin Gaye inspired ‘Soul Mates’ mix series and it’s going to be sooner rather than later. Here’s a new mix to hold you over, check it out and then hit the jump to watch a teaser for Side 2 featuring Mos himself.

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Do Remember: 5 Jay Electronica and Mos Def (aka Yasiin Bey) Collaborations

Saturday, March 1st, 2014

Words by Daniel Isenberg (@StanIpcus)

You know what hip-hop needs more of in 2014? Jay Electronica and Mos Def (uh, I mean, Yasiin Bey—sorry, I’m still getting use to calling him that, though I do think it’s an ill name). Both Jay and Bey have popped up randomly over the past year (they even appeared together on a record with The Bullitts), but during a 2013 that saw full-lengths from everyone under the hip-hop sun, both these guys were relatively quiet on the scene. Aside from guest appearances on Mac Miller’s LP and Big Sean’s “Control” with Kendrick Lamar (and his soundtrack appearances with The Bullitts), Jay Elec was mostly just seen frolicking with his lady-mate Kate Rothschild out in London (and seen not dropping the long-awaited Act II: The Patents of Nobility). As for Yasiin, he put out some ill shit with Mannie Fresh and was caught on tape performing live a few times, but other than that, he stayed pretty low-key, too.

As new rappers come forward and claim their spot in the game, let’s never forget that these are two of the illest MCs currently residing on planet Earth. So while we wait for them to re-emerge and tuck everyone’s 2014s in (are we ever going to get that joint Simpatico EP?), let’s revisit five Jay Electronica and Mos Def (aka Yasiin Bey) collaborations that are still worthy of heavy rotation. Do remember.

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Yasiin Gaye (Mos Def & Marvin Gaye) – Anna’s Love Song (Soul Mates Tribute)

Monday, February 10th, 2014

Hear the first official single “Anna’s Love Song” from the upcoming mashup project from Marvin Gaye and Yasiin Bey by Amerigo Gazaway dropping February 25.

Previously: Yasiin Gaye (Mos Def x Marvin Gaye) – Inner City Travellin’ Man

Yasiin Bey: Live From Africa (Live Stream)

Friday, January 17th, 2014

Watch below to experience 3 new exclusives from Yasiin Bey FKA Mos Def, broadcasting “Live From Africa” in tribute to the birthday of heavweight champ and cultural icon Muhammad Ali, who turned 72 years old today. The new material is being grouped under the title “The Time Is Always Now” and brought to you by a collective working as A Country Called Earth.

Stream courtesy of okayplayer and okayafrica.

Video: Rare Kanye West Interview From 2002

Monday, November 4th, 2013

Incredible hour-long interview with MTV’s “You Heard It First” that has never seen the light of day until now, subjects ranging from everything from meeting No I.D. in Chicago, early Roc-A-Fella days and predictions for the future that were pretty much all accurate. I’m guessing this never aired because this is almost exactly the same thing as “Last Call” from College Dropout, but more detailed.

I also realized I had never heard the full story about how he met Mos Def and Kweli. The story about Jay-Z coming up with “H to the Izzo” and him running into the bathroom to call his mom is CLASSIC.

Previously: Kanye Rants in L.A. (Video) | Kanye West on Big Boy’s Neighborhood (Video)

Preservation ft. Yasiin Bey – Freedom Is Everybody’s Job

Tuesday, July 9th, 2013

Longtime Yasiin Bey DJ and collaborator  Preservation today dropped his solo debut LP, Old Numbers with guest appearances from Jean Grae, Ed O.G., Jim Jarmusch and others. Check out “Freedom Is Everybody’s Job” below and then hit the jump for the video to “Disorderly Conduct” featuring 32 FX. Purchase Old Numbers on vinyl, CD or mp3 here.

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