Talib Kweli & Hi-Tek
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Lyrical prodigy Talib Kweli and extraordinary underground hip-hop producer DJ Hi-Tek comprise Reflection Eternal. Kweli -- whose name literally means "seeker of truth" -- also owns a small bookstore in Brooklyn and is more than just an average MC, being also a key to the Mos Def collaborational LP Black Star. He first met Hi-Tek in 1994 while visiting Cincinnati, and appeared on a track from Hi-Tek's group Mood After Reflection Eternal's inception in 1997...
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Top SongsTotal plays on Last.fm over the last 6 months
- The Blast - (3:08) - 221 plays
- Good Mourning - (3:34) - 136 plays
- LyricsYo, you know what we got to do, man, we need to get a whole cd
Get a collection of all the music and everything we've ever done
Bringing back sweet memories
Life, living in flatbush and going to house parties
Red lights, bumping, life is what you make it, then sorry
- Move Somethin' - (3:08) - 90 plays
- Some Kind Of Wonderful - (3:15) - 82 plays
- Eternalists - (4:02) - 82 plays
- Name Of The Game - (1:51) - 66 plays
- On My Way - (1:10) - 81 plays
- Africa Dream - (4:10) - 58 plays
- The Blast (feat. Vinia Mojica) - (3:41) - 73 plays
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