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Album: Hush (feat. Jean Grae) - Single

Artist: Talib Kweli

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Release Date: 2007
  • Explicitness: explicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 1

  • Copyright: ℗ 2007 Warner Records Inc.

Tracklist For Hush (feat. Jean Grae) - Single By Artist Talib Kweli

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Hush (feat. Jean Grae) Talib Kweli 3:55 USD 0.99

Reviews For Hush (feat. Jean Grae) - Single By Artist Talib Kweli

  • Mainstreem should reward more of this

    By WooHoo17
    First of all, I don't know why this single has been out since September and I am only the second to review it. But anyway, this song is so awesome. It should of been on Eardrum, even though on the album artwork it says it is from Eardrum. I don't know why he has never had #1. Mainstreem should reward originality. Not just the thing album money and sex. I don't care about mainstreem, Talib Kweli is awesome and if I where mainstreem, I would give him lots of #1s. P.S. I will possibly or may not change my nickname to "BoneThugs&Lupe&Jiggs&West&Timbo." If you still wanna read my reveiws, just search the album "Kidz Bop 13" read the 2nd most helpful reveiw and click on the nickname and you will see all of my reveiws.

    By Nick Bash
    but he did another single with jean grae on the real eardrum CD...called "say something" i personally think he should have included this is the original eardrum CD. but still, an awesome song nonetheless KEEP IT UP KWELI!!!!!

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