Tip, Kweli, and Black Thought perform a special rendition of “Electric Relaxation” alongside The Roots at OKP‘s Holiday Jam 2012.
You already know Black Thought went in on this. Truck’s Our American Cousin drops December 11th.
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The 20 year celebration of the Lyricist Lounge came with plenty of surprises as footage of Black Thought and Prodigy come out among the many names to commemorate the milestone for the Hip Hop outlet at Le Poisson Rouge.
A whole heap of characters (and DJ Khaled) on this track. ¡Mayday!’s Strange Music debut, Take Me To Your Leader, is now available on iTunes.
Off the Philly duo’s upcoming 2nd Win EP, dropping March 14th.
Black Thought and his The Wurxs sit down with AHH to talk about their thoughts on Martin Luther King Jr. and if they think hip hop is his “dream” personified.
Black Thought and fellow Philly emcees The Wurx sat down with Tony Touch last week and did what they do. Shouts to AlLindstrom.
With a simple DNA test people of African descent can now trace back exactly where their ancestors came from on the continent – down to the country and even the specific ethnic group. *WILD* ?uestlove and Black Thought got cheek-swabbed and now know their real roots. Does Black Thought come from the tribe he guessed? Will they go back to Africa to meet their people? Check the video for the answer, and if you wanna know your real roots as well, go to African Ancestry and order your kit. – OKAfrica
Don’t forget; The Roots undun is out right now. Support your ears.
The Roots’ ?uestlove and Black Thought on the latest guests on Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds’ Juan Epstein podcast. As expected, the conversation is fantastic. From their early days, Jimmy Fallon, working with Jay-Z, the relentless touring, Michele Bachmann, Thought’s alleged shots at The Notorious B.I.G. on What They Do and much more. And if you didn’t already know, undun in stores (and online) now!
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With Black Thought
Alongside Roots stalwarts Black Thought and the now-you-see-me-now-you-don’t Rahzel, Bobby McFerrin (yep, the “Don’t Worry, Be Happy” guy) made a special appearance. Hell, I really wish I could have attended this one. Wht up Jared?
Philly pioneers, Questlove and Black Thought of the Legendary Roots crew make a special (rare) appearance at BET’s 106 and Park to promote their upcoming album, undun which hit stores December 6th.