We learned of their return, back in January through a mixtape. Statik Selektah was the one who joined classic tracks, unreleased rarities and some new cuts by the duo in “The RE:Union”, an official gift (you can still download it here) which marked the return to labouring for the team formed by Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek, ten years after “ Reflection Eternal (Train of Thought) ” (Rawkus, 2000). There's been a couple of months delay, but Reflection Eternal will be available from tomorrow on the Blacksmith/ Warner imprint. Those of you who would like to have an idea of how the new beats and rhymes sound, showcasing the legacy of the afro-centric sound by the Native Tongues collective, go to Entertainment Weekly. They're hosting the full streaming of “ Revolutions Per Minute ”, an album with an updated golden-age flavours that features Mos Def, Res, Bun B, Bilal, Estelle, Jay Electronica, J. Cole or -yikes- Chester French. Streaming this way , please.