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Best Talib Kweli podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Talib Kweli podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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A proud Brooklyn rapper, Talib Kweli is both lyrically gifted and politically insightful. Whether working with Mos Def as Black Star, collaborating with Kanye West, performing with Javotti Media/Empire artist Cory Mo, or releasing his own material, Kweli always commands attention with his captivating stories and unique ability to rhyme over any kind of beat. "Prisoner of Conscious" is his latest release.
 
"Tim Einenkel does one of the best interviews in all Hip-Hop and rap music." Chuck D, Public Enemy "The Library with Tim Einenkel" is like "Inside the Actor's Studio" for hip hop. Every week, Tim gets inside the art of hip hop in interviews with the most influential emcees, artists, producers, DJs, and sound engineers. Notable guests have included, Ice T, Royce Da 5'9", Joell Ortiz, Talib Kweli, Chuck D, Big Daddy Kane, MC Lyte, David Banner, Scarface, Rah Digga, Rapsody, Smif-N-Wessun, Buck ...
 
Crazy DJ Bazarro was born in Brooklyn, NY, and started DJing and producing at the age of 14. He made a name for himself DJing at community centers, block parties, and baby showers in his neighborhood, then produced his first record, Rhoda, in 1991 Kendon Records. Bazarro went on to learn more about producing while working with the legendary Patrick Adams of Power Play Studios and began traveling the world in the year 2000 to spin for Apani B Fly and Jean Grae, which brought him in contact wi ...
 
A weekly video/audio podcast rewritten and read by C.S. Spence. C.S. Spence is a philosophical entertainer that discusses a number of controversial issues including religion, animal rights, sex, and politics. This Broken World has no corporate connections, and is completely independent. The program features listener comments and biting commentary.
 
L.A. based–musician, rapper, and producer Terrace Martin’s beats have backed the work of artists like Quincy Jones, Snoop Dogg, 9th Wonder, and Talib Kweli. He samples everything from jazz and funk to classical music to create fresh and original tracks. Join Terrace and moderator 9th Wonder as they discuss the new album, "3ChordFold," and take some questions from the audience.
 
”This group has truly been an inspiration to me (…)” – Amir Sulaiman (US) Def Jam Poet, 2010. Apart from the international sound of melodic acoustic soul, it is the intelligent angle on social and societal issues that really makes up the essence of S.T.I.C.S. S.T.I.C.S. or Sound That Inspires Conscious Souls, have managed to inspire and provoke their audience with lyrics and music that challenges the boarders of acoustic soul, hip-hop and spoken word. S.T.I.C.S. consists of four members who ...
 
Arguably if not the best, one of the best emcees Los Angeles has to offer. Triune works relentlessly to maintain an exceedingly high level of respect on the streets of Southern California. Through the channels of radio drops, mp3 pools, tours, and independent label releases, Triune has earned himself a notable name in the music industry. After inking his first recording deal with Antagonist/Image Records in 2004, Triune was the lead artist for group album entitled “Live This” in 2006 that we ...
 
The boys are back. After a yearlong hiatus, Peter Rosenberg and Cipha Sounds are back to relaunch their legendary series. In collaboration with Endeavor Content and Mass Appeal, Juan Ep features in-depth, hilarious interviews with hip-hop luminaries. This season, Cipha and Rosenberg dissect the life and legacy of Jay-Z. To see how we use your data, visit https://www.endeavoraudio.com/privacy-policy.
 
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In this episode of People’s Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with rapper, singer, songwriter, producer, and former high school teacher -- D Smoke. This extensive interview covers Smoke's youth, growing up Inglewood, California in a musical family with his mother Jackie singing for greats like Anita Baker, Tina Turner, and Michael Jackso…
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim sits down with legendary hip hop artist, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Chuck D. The PE frontman breaks news on the firing of Flavor Flav and guess what? The joke is on you! The hard rhymer talks about the new Enemy Radio album, Loud is Not Enough, the Bernie Sanders concert and he breaks down the origi…
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, legendary artist, Brooklyn's own, Buckshot. The Black Moon artist breaks down the business side of music,gives business advice to new artist during the pandemic, and the impact of quarantining and Covid-19 has had on the livelihood of the artist. Buckshot discusses the benefits of D-Nice's Instagram Live,…
 
This week on The Library, Tim sits down with 14 Trapdoors. Made up of the artists known as Bendyface, WZA, Short Moscato, these artists discuss continuing to help put Buffalo, NY on the map. They talk about who they are, their influences, the late Mac Miller, MF Doom, working on a new project with 88 Keys, their own production, performing at a publ…
 
In this episode of People’s Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with rapper, writer and true curator of the culture -- Jadakiss. This comprehensive discussion kicks off with talk of Jada and Talib's shared birth year of '75, and their witnessing of hop-hop's biggest points of evolution at the perfect age, both having grown up in its epicen…
 
In this episode of People's Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with rapper, singer and record producer JPEGMAFIA. As one of the most brazen, uncompromising, and unpredictable figures in hip hop today, in this interview JPEGMAFIA keeps it 💯, true to form. The wide-ranging conversation includes his early years growing up in Flatbush, Brookl…
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim sits down to talk with hip hop artist Grafh, from Ground Central Coffee in New York City. Grafh tells Tim about how he masked his feelings after his dad was murdered and his continuing struggle to reconcile his death. Grafh breaks down the story behind the tracks, sequencing an album and features from…
 
In this episode of People's Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with rapper, actor and West Coast legend MC Eiht. Being a veteran and pioneer of the Gangsta Rap genre, as well as someone that was fully immersed in the lifestyle that he portrays on wax, Eiht has a deeply authentic story to tell. To kick things off, the trip discusses how Ei…
 
How do they know? LOL! How do the scientists know when there's a leap year? An extra day in February, then back to 28 days. Ha ha, I'm just clowning. Well an extra day means more mixes. A longer weekend? Should Friday be a day off like Saturday and Sunday? Anyway, some people work on the weekends too so there you go. Now let's just leap into this m…
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim talks to Detroit MC and MD, Lazarus. Tim and Lazarus discuss touring with Wu-Tang Clan, his current tour with GZA, the impact of legendary Pakistani musician Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan on Lazarus as an artist and the hip hop scene in Pakistan. Lazarus also talks about the intricacies of rhyming in multiple…
 
In this episode of People's Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with rapper, singer, songwriter, producer and one of Talib's closest friends -- John Forte. John's life story is one of extreme highs, lows, and redemption. The show kicks off with talk of his early years growing up in Brownsville, Brooklyn with an adventurous spirit, always b…
 
It's Friday! Bang! It's love day! Bang! Now you have a whole weekend to enjoy yourself with the ones you love. No excuses. Don't try to start an argument to avoid getting a gift, just stop it! Do the right thing if you're in love. At the same time, don't listen to me, what do i know? LOL, in the meantime we got a crazy love mix right here. You forg…
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim sits down with Sa-Roc backstage at Elsewhere Hall in Brooklyn, NY during Rapsody's "A Black Woman Created this Tour". The Rhymesayers MC discusses her new music, being open with her fans through music, confidence through writing, and the importance of going out on tour with Rapsody and the significanc…
 
On this episode of People's Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with actor, comedian, writer, sports reporter, podcast host, "international hero", hip-hop aficionado, and longtime friend of Talib -- Michael Rapaport. Get ready for a wild one here, with an interview as up-front, honest, and hilarious as any we've seen on People's Party. It …
 
This mix is proper baby! Bump this one in the jeep, club or ya jogging head phones. Rock and get down with us. You know BTRtoday.com goes hard with the music. We set it off with this joint by Chyno Nyno "Llega". I guarantee you will be bopping your head and pressing rewind all day. Enjoy your weekend, let's go..00:00 - Bazarro intro01:35 - Llega - …
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, documentary filmmaker, Asri Bendacha sits down to talk about his new film, The Pursuit of Greatness. The documentary follows up and coming hip hop artist, Jon Rise as he struggles with balancing finances, family issues, his dream to become a famous rapper, while Asri explores the hip hop industry in the d…
 
On the 33rd episode of People's Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with rapper, actor, producer, director, writer, sports league founder, and all-around legend among legends: Ice Cube. The conversation covers a multitude of subjects and starts at the beginning -- with the story of Cube growing up with aspirations of playing pro-football b…
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim sits down with artist, NIkki Jean at Webster Hall in New York City. The Rhymesayers artist talks about how working with greats such as Bob Dylan, Carole King, Carly Simon, Lamont Dozier, Jimmy Webb, and Burt Bacharach, have changed her writing. She discusses her broad range of influences from Irving B…
 
On this episode of People's Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with longtime friend, collaborator, and legendary West Coast lyricist -- Planet Asia. Throughout the interview, we get profound insight into numerous topics including PA's upbringing in Fresno, CA, linking up with Rasco to form their group Cali Agents, his desire to leave a le…
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim sits down with legendary producer, DITC's Buckwild. Topics discussed: Years 1993, '94 and '95 being turning points for Hip Hop music, the late, great Big L, the role of a producer, how a trip to L.A. helped shape the Buckwild production sound, learning about R&B from Babyface and being influenced by T…
 
On this episode of People's Party, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with actress and writer Yvette Nicole Brown. They discuss her early dream of becoming a singer, which evolved into an acting career. Later, she talks about writing the movie "Always A Bridesmaid," and valuable lessons she learned from Donald Glover aka Childish Gambino on the …
 
This week on The Library with Tim Einenkel, Tim talks to the co-founder of AllHipHop.Com, Chuck Creekmur. The Hip Hop journalist talks about his love for Hip Hop culture, why he and his business partner, Greg Watkins, started AllHipHop.com. Chuck discusses about the criticisms and pressures to represent Hip Hop culture accurately, the future of the…
 
In this episode of People's Party, Talib Kweli and co-host Jasmin Leigh sit down with Grammy Award-winning record producer and pioneer of the "Trap Music" sound — Zaytoven. This in-depth interview gives us great insight on how Zay became one of the biggest names in the industry, starting with his beginnings living in the Bay during the 90's perfect…
 
FROM THE ARCHIVES: Tim Einenkel shares his past interview with artist, actor Common. The Chi-City MC talked about his memoir, One Day It'll All Make Sense, why he almost gave up on rapping after his first album, Can I Borrow a Dollar? and uses his music to plan out his personal story.By The Library with Tim Einenkel
 
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