Reflection Eternal ft. J. Cole, Jay Electronica & Mos Def - Just Begun

Posted 6 years ago
Featuring:
Producer:
Hi-Tek
Album:
Revolutions Per Minute

About a month ago the internet got its collective headphones in a bunch when a bootleg version of Reflection Eternal’s new track Just Begun leaked, so I can only imagine the reaction now that we’ve been blessed with the official, high quality cut. Long story short, Reflection Eternal (a.k.a. Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek, a.k.a. the duo that gave us the classic album Train of Thought) has reunited and they’re bringing some of their dopest friends along for the ride on Just Begun, including hip-hop messiah Jay Electronica, the future of Roc Nation J. Cole and, of course, the almighty Mos Def. Thankfully this All-Star emcee roster live up to their mic killing reputations, collectively creating something in the ballpark of a quasi-underground, super laid-back version of Forever. Something tells me we’ve only just begun to hear what Reflection Eternal has in store for us…I apologize for the pun. Reflection Eternal’s new album Revolutions Per Minute will hit turntables, stores and online outlets in March. 

Download Just Begun at RefinedHype.com!

Reflection Eternal J. Blue Jay Electronica Mos Def (Yasiin Bey)

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