Yasiin Bey Confirmed That he has Recorded the 1st Verse To the New Album from Black Star
Is this all a dream?
San Francisco, CA – Dave Chappelle, and Yasiin Bey (formerly Mos Def) crashed Madlib's set during the Noise Pop Festival in San Francisco on Thursday (22 February). According to SFGate, Bey told the crowd that he had recorded the first verse of the new Black Star album on Wednesday (21 February), which struck him on the stage.
"I'm so excited, I don't even know how to feel," he said. "I fuck with the Bay Area."
Bey pulled a trick similar to the beginning of this month after that the Black Star show in Denver, where he announced that he and his Black Star brothers Talib Kweli were to make another album for Madlib's DJ set to the side. Mark Black of the Star's first project since 1998, Mos Def And Talib Kweli Are Black Star.
The best valentine's day gift ever: tickets to @madlib with surprise guests Yasiin Bey (aka mos def) and Dave Chappelle. You are the best of the weather Vane! @bird__flower #bayareahiphop #madlib #davechappelle #yasiinbey #lordquas #dilla
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Towards the end of Madlib established in San Francisco, Bey and Chappelle led the audience in a live rendition of The Fugees' "Killing Me Softly."
@Madlib Special Appearance #YasiinBey + #DaveCheppelle#KillingMeSoftly @NoisePop #WakandaForever pic.twitter.com/QVGGYeYfzf
— eris asteroid (@iMOHNET) February 23, 2018
The performance was topped off with an impromptu stage dive courtesy of the Hip Hop loving comedian.
Dave Chappelle Stage Diving!!! 👀 #unforgettablemoments #ankhobscura2018
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Kweli, who has been unusually quiet about the possibility of a Black Star reunion album, was directed to it via Twitter on Friday (February 23). After that one fan implored him to collaborate with A Tribe Called Quest in the project, of the Tribe Jarobi White replied: "I am". Kweli responded w