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Okayafrica Video: Talib Kweli x Bajah & Res – “Party Robot” (Live)

Talib Kweli recently hit the stage at Brooklyn Bowl to perform “Party Robot” with a little help from Bajah (of The Dry Eye Crew) and his Idle Warship partner Res. The recap of their jumping set comes ahead of Kweli’s forthcoming Prisoner Of Conscious Live LP – his impending album recorded during one night at Brooklyn Bowl. The trio keep the crowd amped as they run through “Party Robot” with the help of a 9-piece afrobeat band. The clip provides a great preview of what Kweli has up his sleeve ahead of the project’s release this month via Javotti Media. Check the photo above to get a taste of the album artwork. Click the link below to view the footage via Okayafrica. Purchase the Prisoner of Conscious LP via iTunes. Stay tuned for more from Talib Kweli.

>>>Click Here To Watch Talib Kweli Perform “Party Robot” Live At Brooklyn Bowl via Okayafrica

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