Talib Kweli's Eardrum in Stores Today

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The dude seems to release new material every 6 months and today, Mr. Talib Kweli BK MC, has another LP for hip-hop lovers to consume. Eardrum is in record stores today and while I haven't heard it yet, I'd love to get some feedback from someone that has. If you've got the album already and either dig it or don't, chime in and let Crossfade know how you feel. And for those that haven't copped it yet, go on over to okayplayer, buy the album, and support two underground movements at once.--Jonathan Cunningham

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