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Skyzoo Details the Gentrification of Brooklyn on “Bed-Stuy Is Burning”

Skyzoo done did it again. Ever since The Salvation was released in 2009, Skyzoo has continuously hit us with amazing projects on a yearly basis. Yeah, that’s over a decade’s worth of quality albums. Consistency is an understatement. Now, after hitting 2020 with The Bluest Note and Milestones, the Brooklyn-bred...
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Talib Kweli & Diamond D Feat. Skyzoo

When one of rap’s most celebrated MCs and producers come together, you know you’re about to get something special. Talib Kweli and Diamond D have been revving up for the release of a brand new collaborative project, Gotham. The rap titans emerged last week with the release of their latest single, “Attention Span” ft. Skyzoo. Diamond D brings a hardcore and gritty instrumental to the table for Talib Kweli and Skyzoo to flex their pen game over. Slick bars, tight flows, and top-tier production are exactly what this trio of artists brings to the table on this record. “You don’t pay attention, man/ That’s why your pockets is the size of your attention span,” Talib raps off the rip.
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Gotham (Talib Kweli & Diamond D) Drop “Attention Span” With Skyzoo

What happens when two veteran hip hop artists get together? Talib Kweli and Diamond D have joined forces for a collaborative group/project, Gotham. “One of the first well-known producers to ever show me love in this music business was the legend Diamond D,” Kweli said. “I was raised on his music, from his solo work to the incredible contributions he’s made on the albums of others like Big L, Yasiin Bey, A Tribe Called Quest, Fat Joe, Fugees and many others. As a Bronx native, his sound represents the best, most original hip-hop in the world. New York City.”
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Talib Kweli & Diamond D Are Gotham Feat. Skyzoo “Attention Span”

Talib Kweli is undeniably one of the most lyrically gifted, socially conscious and politically progressive artists of the last two decades, a span during which he has collaborated with fellow greats such as Yasiin Bey, Kanye West, Pharrell Williams, Jay Dee, RZA, Kendrick Lamar, Common, Madlib, J.Cole, Mary J. Blige, Justin Timberlake, John Legend, Just Blaze, Black Thought, Gary Clark Jr., Jay Electronica, Anderson Paak, Alchemist, Rick Ross, Kaytranada, and De La Soul among many.