A short but enviable day of hip-hop in the Upper Midwest.
Performing with Wu-Tang Clan and Bone Thugs N Harmony, respectively.
Brother Ali is speaking, so shut up and listen.
Best believe the Qur’an influenced all of these songs.
Ed Sharpe, Local Natives, Diplo, too.
The only reason for ever visiting San Bernardino in August…
Follow the tracks! Safeguard your food! Hold onto your butts!
Lauryn Hill not included.
Gives Us more tour dates.
Plus, Vampire Weekend, LCD Soundsystem, The National, Band of Horses, and more!
The following tickets are on sale beginning August 1, 2009…
Minneapolis rapper Brother Ali has announced plans for his fifth full-length, a 16-track effort entitled Us. The record, like all his previous efforts, will be released through Rhymesayers Entertainment on September 22.
According to the issued press release, Us sees …
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