Reflection Eternal

For those of you who are not familiar with Reflection Eternal, it is the rather pleasant combination of Talib Kweli and DJ Hi-Tek who spawned the album Train of Thought. After a couple of really indifferent solo albums that never reached the level of Train of Thought or Black Star (Kweli with Mos Def, also mainly produced by Hi-Tek) with very few songs as exceptions, the two have reunited on Revolutions per Minute.

The lovely people at Hot 110 have posted a link to a Reflection Eternal mix by Statik Selektah with a selection of new and classic stuff. Click here to download the mix or here to check the post.

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  1. […] long story short this mixtape collects up a load of his best work to date, including that new Reflection Eternal record with Mos Def, Victory is in My Clutches (produced by Madlib) and the phenomenal Exhibit C. […]

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