Review: Talib Kweli "Prisoner of Conscious"

On the Brooklyn rapper’s latest edition, Talib Kweli has enlisted Brian Cockerham, Eric Coomes, Ed Goldson, and Brady Watt to lay down the head-nodding low end.
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On the Brooklyn rapper’s latest edition, Talib Kweli has enlisted Brian Cockerham, Eric Coomes, Ed Goldson, and Brady Watt to lay down the head-nodding low end. The song “High Life” is the bass anthem of the album, but “Come Here” falls a close second.

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