Bun B, Kidz in the Hall, Talib Kweli Remix for Obama
November is right around the corner, Rock the Vote has a Facebook account, and that dude from Bright Eyes has already called Barack Obama the future president of the United States. Presidential elections are officially upon us.
Also among the camp of artists voicing their support is hip-hop duo Kidz in the Hall. The Chicago/Jersey-based pair endorsed Barack Obama last year with the track "Work to Do." Now, they've teamed up with Talib Kweli and XLR8R cover star Bun B for a remix of their song, "The Change," which was produced by Kidz member Double-0 and whose content is, of course, political in its nature. The track will also be the first release on DJ Green Lantern and Russell Simmons' Obama mixtape, slated for release next month.
But can they top this?
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