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Talib Kweli's latest album, Radio Silence, is out Nov. 17. Dorothy Hong/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Talib Kweli Speaks Through 'Radio Silence'

The rapper discusses speaking out on racism, the changing value of radio play in hip-hop and his latest album's tribute to Bresha Meadows.

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Talib Kweli Speaks Through 'Radio Silence'

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