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Lady London On ‘People’s Party With Talib Kweli’

Lady London On 'People's Party With Talib Kweli'

In this episode of “People’s Party With Talib Kweli”, Talib Kweli and Jasmin Leigh sit down with rapper, writer, author, and poet:

LADY LONDON

Here’s what they got into with one of today’s most respected lyricists:

  • DJ Clark Kent being a father figure to her since she was two years old
  • Befriending rapper Skyzoo at a cypher in Charlotte, NC
  • Her close relationship with her mom and the stigma of teenage mothers
  • Lauren London and Nipsey Hussle being a true LA love story
  • Attending Howard University being a pivotal moment in her life
  • Record deals and student loans being similar and going independent
  • Talib’s take on the difference between an emcee and an artist
  • Her books “TRUTH: The Novel” and “SIN: Truth, The Sequel”
  • Discussion of her tracks “Girls Need Love” and “Money Over”
  • Social media glorifying toxic relationships
  • Feeling the pressure of not disappointing her fans
  • Women not being taken seriously in the industry
  • How she handled her freestyle on Sway’s Universe
  • Being the niece of Chino XL
  • Jean Grae’s excellence as one of the GOATS
  • A full recital of her BLM freestyle aired on BET
  • Why so many clout chase instead of taking the time to perfect their craft
  • What the world can look forward to next from Lady London

“People’s Party With Talib Kweli” is also available to give a listen via Spotify | SoundCloud | Google Play | Apple | Luminary

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