Common, Talib Kweli Host Election Results Watch Party in Chicago [Exclusive Coverage]

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Download DJBooth's new App, The PLUG Chicago, IL -- Chicago native and Grammy Award winning artist Common teamed with Brooklyn lyricist Talib Kweli on Tuesday night, to co-host Get Presidential: The Election Results Watch Event at Chicago's Hard Rock Café. The event was held in support of our newest President-Elect, Barack Obama, who will be sworn in as the 44th president on January 20, 2009.

Watch Party in Chicago

NOTE: Later today, DJBooth.net will feature in-depth coverage of this historic event, including insight from hosts Common and Talib Kweli, as well as fellow recording artists Really Doe, Duo Live and GLC.

Below are additional photos and video coverage from the event.




Watch Party in Chicago
(L) DJ Sean Mac, (R) DJ Mark Fullaflava

Watch Party in Chicago
Common on stage

Watch Party in Chicago
(L-R) Sid V. and Fre of Duo Love


Shouts to Christi!

Common   Talib Kweli  

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