Reflection Eternal's latest album, Revolutions Per Minute, lives up to the anticipation for therespected hip hop duo who released their debut album 10 years ago.
The record's first single "Midnight Hour" featuring Estellewill get them more of the mainstream attention they've earned. Plus, they covera lot of ground with introspective songs that discuss heath care ("Strangers"featuring Bun D), offer a real day in the life of a rapper portrayal ("MyLife"), and co-sign two of the game's highly regarded newcomers -- J. Cole andJay Electronica - ("Just Begun").
They stopped by the Yahoo! Music offices in Santa Monica last week anddiscussed the new album, Hi-Tek's work with Dr. Dre, collaborating withEstelle, and the meaning behind the song "My Life" in a four-part interview.
Considering their busy solo careers, Talib and Hi-Tek tookmore than a year to complete RevolutionsPer Minute. Talib explains why taking on social matters on "Strangers" wasimportant, and they thank Jay- Z for