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Black Star (Mos Def + Talib Kweli) - 'Supreme, Supreme' (Audio MP3 Stream)

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Date added:3/30/2005
Song time:03:59
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3.2 Stars(3.2 Stars)
Total Comments: 6
4 Stars
Name: ketchupsamurai (Posted: 5/6/2005 5:04:00 PM)
Summary: Shining Stars For Sure
Comment: I love the beat. It's a sure head nod at any show, party, or ride. I recommend this single for those who love to kick off their set with fire.
3 Stars
Name: the wiz (Posted: 5/1/2005 8:03:00 PM)
Summary: Not Bad, But Could Be Better
Comment: Black Star is a blazing combo, but this isn't the best I've heard from them. Mos Def is tight, but Talib could've came better. It's worth a listen though.
Name: Decypher25 (Posted: 4/7/2005 10:27:00 AM)
Comment: More than five years after their successful Rawkus released the Black Star album (with stellar production of Da Beatminerz, Hi-Tek, Ge-ology, 88 Keys, Shawn J. Period, etc.) Mos Def and Talib Kweli drop a single under the Black Star name. Both MC's careers have become larger than expected, making it more difficult for them to do another Black Star album, and this one hopefully is a teaser of what's to come. Both MC's possess the finesse and knowledge and bring the ruckus with this single. Blazing cinematic production complements Mos and Talib, and maybe, just maybe do we get a glimpse of a real Black Star album on the way to stores.
4 Stars
Name: mindphrixion (Posted: 4/3/2005 9:36:00 PM)
Summary: Mos Def Recovering From Wack Skills In "The New Danger"
Comment: I'm happy that Mos Def was able to recover lyrically from "The New Danger". These two do make a good team but both are still recovering from the commercial taint in their music.
3 Stars
Name: DrUnK ViKiNg (Posted: 4/1/2005 1:10:00 AM)
Summary: Welcome Back
Comment: The production is only average on this track but after a couple more listens I know I'll be bumpin' it non-stop. It had my head noddin about 2 minutes into it. It's catchy and it can def get some radio play. I'm feeling the lyrics for sure. Mos brings it like he usually does and Kweli comes with a little something extra. Overall it's a good listen.
2 Stars
Name: Jihad7234 (Posted: 3/30/2005 6:15:00 PM)
Summary: Weaker Than 7 Dayz
Comment: This song is a big disapointment! The Blackstar album was my chit. The production is ass crack. The beat was damn near the same all the way 'til the end off the song. Talib's voice is already annoying enough with out the production. After putting out two very poor albums, Mos and Talib really need to come with it.