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Idle Warship
Idle-warship-wiki.jpgMel D. Cole/Villageslum.com
Background information
GenresIndie Pop, Hip Hop, Alternative Hip Hop
Years active2004 - present
LabelsBlacksmith Records/Element 9
Associated actsTalib Kweli, mc chris, Res
Websitewww.idlewarship.com
MembersTalib Kweli, Res
Past membersGraph Nobel

Idle Warship is a musical duo composed of Brooklyn emcee Talib Kweli and Philadelphia singer Res, [1] Res has appeared on each Talib Kweli album since 2000's Train of Thought. They have also toured together, including on the summer 2005 MGD Flavor 2 Savor mini-tour. They released their debut mixtape, Party Robot, on October 27, 2009 for free.[2] This was originally set for a 2008 release and announced on Talib Kweli's MySpace page in a New Year's blog entry.

Idle Warship has released numerous new songs via their MySpace page, including "Industry Diary,"[3] "Screamin'" featuring mc chris, "Pull It Out" featuring Dapa Flex, "Fall Back" featuring Chester French, among others.[4][5]

The group released their debut album Habits of the Heart on November 1, 2011. [6]

Contents

  • 1 Albums
  • 2 Mixtape
  • 3 Singles
  • 4 Collaborations
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links

Albums

  • 2011: Habits of the Heart

Mixtape

  • 2009: Party Robot

Singles

  • 2008: "Screamin'" (Featuring mc chris)
  • 2008: "Black Snake Moan"
  • 2008: "Get Up and Dance"
  • 2008: "Steady"
  • 2008: "Say You Will"
  • 2008: "Try It On howwedoitoverhere"
  • 2008: "Fall Back" (Featuring Chester French)
  • 2011: "Laser Beams"

Collaborations

  • 2000: "Too Late" (from Reflection Eternal's Train of Thought)
  • 2002: "Where Do We Go" (from Talib Kweli's Quality)
  • 2004: "Going Hard" (from Talib Kweli's The Beautiful Struggle)
  • 2004: "We Got the Beat" (from Talib Kweli's The Beautiful Struggle)
  • 2005: "7:30" (from Talib Kweli's Right About Now (Bonus Edition) and 2004's The Beautiful Mix CD)
  • 2007: "Soul Music" (from Talib Kweli and Madlib's Liberation)
  • 2007: "Everything Man" (from Talib Kweli's Eardrum)
  • 2008: "TRY IT ON (HOWWEDOITOVERHERE)"
  • 2009: "Back Again" (from Reflection Eternal's "Revolutions per Minute")
  • 2012: "Get Your Way (Sex as a Weapon)" (from The Man with the Iron Fists OST)

References

  1. ^ Entertainment Weekly. February 7, 2008. Retrieved 7/26/08.
  2. ^ "Mick Boogie & Idle Warship: Party Robot", kevinnottingham.com. Retrieved 11/1/09
  3. ^ "NEW MUSIC: Idle Warship (Talib Kweli & Res) - “Industry Diary”", Inverse. Retrieved 7/25/08.
  4. ^ "Idle Warship feat. Chester French: 'Fall Back'", Vibe. Retrieved 7/25/08.
  5. ^ "Idle Warship to Hillary: 'Fall Back'" SoulBounce.com. Retrieved 7/25/08.
  6. ^ "News in Brief: Double Dagger, Idle Warship, Gary Numan, Gospel Music'" Pitchfork.com. Retrieved 11/1/11.

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