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In February 2018, Mos Def announced, on stage, a new Black Star studio album to be released in 2018. In March 2019, he debuted his latest album, Negus at a listening session as part of Art Basel Hong Kong.
In a press release, Mos said that the album “will continue to unfold as a series of varied installations around the world".
He performed a number of new tracks; in later shows, he previewed tracks produced by Madlib and was rumored to be going to Kanye West for new material.
Producer and fellow Def Poet Al Be Back revealed he would be producing on the album as well. Mos Def appears alongside Kanye West on the track "Two Words" from The College Dropout album, the track "Drunk And Hot Girls" and the bonus track "Good Night" off West's third major album, Graduation. In April 2008, he appeared on the title track for a new album by The Roots entitled Rising Down.
Mos Def has been vocal on several social and political causes, including police brutality, the idea of American exceptionalism and the status of African-Americans.
His father was initially a member of the Nation of Islam and later followed Imam Warith Deen Mohammed, who merged into mainstream Sunni Islam from the Nation of Islam.
At 19, he took his shahada, the Muslim declaration of faith.
The album features a compilation of previously unreleased and re-released tracks recorded during the original UTD run.
On November 7, 2007, Mos Def performed live in San Francisco at The Mezzanine venue.
The album was released on June 9, 2009; but only Madlib's production had made the cut, along with tracks by Preservation, The Neptunes, Mr. In 2002, he released the 12" single Fine, which was featured in the Brown Sugar Motion Picture Soundtrack. The new single, "Life In Marvelous Times", was made officially available through i Tunes on November 4, 2008, and is available for stream on the Roots' website Okayplayer. stores and almost exclusively on the UNDRCRWN website.
Mos Def also appears on the debut album from fellow New Yorkers Apollo Heights on a track titled, "Concern". In April 2009, Mos Def traveled to South Africa for the first time where he performed with The Robert Glasper Experiment at the renowned Cape Town International Jazz Festival. In late 2009, Mos Def created his own clothing line with the "UNDRCRWN" brand called the "Mos Def Cut & Sew Collection". 2009 also found Mos Def among the MCs aligning themselves with American entrepreneur Damon Dash's DD172 and collaborating with American blues rock band the Black Keys on the Blakroc album, a project headed by the Black Keys and Damon Dash. Friday track "Lord Lord Lord", Mos Def confirmed he had signed with GOOD Music.