Reflection Eternal

Reflection Eternal is a hip hop duo composed of emcee Talib Kweli and DJ Hi-Tek. They released their first album, Train of Thought, in 2000. They have since released a mixtape, The RE: Union, in late December 2009, and their second album Revolutions Per Minute was released May 18, 2010.

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List Of Talib Kweli Songs - G
... (Remix)," 2004) "Get Back (Remix)" by Reflection Eternal (Hip Hop Classics Vol. 2006) "Getting Up Anthem (Remix)" featuring Rakim (The Foundation, 2006) "Ghetto Afterlife" by Reflection Eternal featuring Kool G Rap (Train of ... Eardrum, 2007) "Going Hard" (The Beautiful Struggle, 2004) "Good Mourning" by Reflection Eternal (Train of Thought, 2000) "Good to You" (Quality, 2002) "Guerrilla Monsoon Rap" featuring Black Thought, Kanye ...
List Of Talib Kweli Songs - M
... Lyricist Lounge, Volume One, 1998) "Memories Live" by Reflection Eternal (Train of Thought, 2000) "Millionaires" featuring Rubix (Mission Control Presents Prehistoric ... or Less" featuring Dion (Eardrum, 2007) "Move Somethin'" by Reflection Eternal (Train of Thought, 2000) "Move Somethin' (JL Mix)" by Reflection Eternal ("Move ...
List Of Talib Kweli Songs - L
... Dion (Hi-Teknology 2 The Chip, 2006) "Let Me See (Reflection Eternal Hip Hop Mix)" by Morcheeba ("Let Me See," 1998) "Like That" by The Black Eyed Peas featuring Cee-Lo, John Legend and Q-Tip (Mo ...
The Blast (song)
... "The Blast" is a hip hop single from Reflection Eternal's debut album, Train of Thought ... It is the only Reflection Eternal song that Hi-Tek raps on, and like all Reflection Eternal songs, he produces it ...

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