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Ain’t no sucka for love

If there’s one thing I’ve never understood about hip-hop, it’s the sucker for love mentality. A rapper can sing his mother’s praises all damn day, and get as syrupy and corny as he pleases, and it’s all good. But if ...

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Talib Kweli
Touching Everything

There’s no doubt Talib Kweli can hold his own, but the Brooklyn MC has also been half of a couple of hip-hop’s most prolific duos. He first flaunted his skills with fellow Brooklynite Mos Def on 1998’s Black Star and ...

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