Whether you know Kweli from Black Star (with Mos Def), Reflection Eternal (with DJ Hi-Tek), or his solo pursuits, you know the versatility of this Brooklyn emcee. Being able to bounce from 6th Sense and 88-Keys beats to features with Kanye West and Justin Timberlake isn’t a feat that anyone can accomplish. To put it simply, this is your favorite emcee’s favorite emcee.
With the announcement of his future album Prisoner of Consciousness, this may be a very interesting and unique transitional show for the man who has been known for his brand of conscious hip-hop. Tickets for this fourth annual White Wednesday are on sale now.