The last of the mixtapes i bought for catch-up purposes was Talib's latest project Blacksmith, the movement. Talib Kweli and a few other artists started their own label. now, let me get this out of the way by making sure you understand where im at, and im just doing me. i have listened to no less than 4 Talib Kweli full list material compilations in the past 2 weeks, i have seen Talib Kweli cameos everywhere. i opened my closet to get my shirt and i couldve sworn he handed it to me while spitting a metaphor. Talib... is... everywhere!
Jean Grae's tracks are actually amazing. yea, i said it, amazing. Phil Da Agony does his usual wreck of the mic performance. Strong Arm Steady is a mandatory cop now, like, i have to have it. the thought of them making an album burns in my mind!! and Talib is only getting better as he goes along. that being said. i found this mixtape good... but... too much Talib is like too much of any good thing. you dont even feel how good it is after a while. and i find that depressing.
no, really. its awesome.
*bored-sigh* i cant even believe how good it is.
if you dont spend your money on this blacksmith hotness, youre... just stupid. its just ridiculous.
that.. new Talib is supposed to come out .. tomorrow. yay.
mines commin in the mail...
Hey! You updated your site! I guess I'm not up-to-date with your posts. I've been in volleyball pre-season hell for the last week. I'm already thinking of quitting. Freakin 18 yr olds trying to tell me what to do. Isn't that what the coach is for??