Talib, Hi-Tek, Sha Money Talk Reflection Eternal's 'RPM'

(AllHipHop News) Hip-Hop duo reflection eternal are preparing to release their first album of new material in almost 10 years.Talib Kweli and Hi-Tek will release the album R.P.M. (Revolutions Per Minute) on May 11 in parternship with Sha Money XL's Dream Big Ventures and Kweli's Blacksmith imprint.“It’s amazing, him [Kweli] and Hi-Tek, they gel so good together as far as creating music,” Sha Money XL told AllHipHop.com. “I’m very happy with the product that’s about to be released to the world. The music is good, it’s Hip-Hop, it’s authentic, it’s really beats and rhymes and really good songs.”Sha Money XL co-managed 50 Cent and ran the G-Unit Records imprint for several years, before launching his own imprint, Dream Big Ventures in November of 2009. In addition to Reflection Eternal’s album, Dream Big Ventures is preparing the highly anticipated debut album Statlanta from rapper Stat Quo, which will land in stores this June. Hi-Tek is confident that the return of Reflection Eternal will satisfy fans, despite the ten year lapse since releasing their critically acclaimed debut, Train of Thought. “Musically and business wise I’ve grown a lot, but when it comes to actually going back in the studio with Kweli,” Hi-Tek told AllHipHop.com in a previous interview. “It just feels like going back to right where we left off. I realized our sound is one of [the] voids in Hip-Hop right now, and the game needs Reflection Eternal”Kweli and Hi-Tek will debut selections off of R.P.M. during a show in Moscow Russia tonight (March 28). “My agenda for the first Reflection Eternal album was to prove that I was worthy for the position I have,” Talib Kweli told AllHipHop.com. “Now I‘m only interested in making timeless music. I didn’t want that early in my career, I just wanted to make you think I was the best MC.”According to Sha Money XL, fans will love the timeless sound the pair have created from themselves. “It’s been ten years since they’ve been together so I felt this was a great way for them to reunite,” Sha Money XL told AllHipHop.com. “People will love Kweli’s sound with Hi-Tek over the production they remember him from in the earlier part of his career.”The album is due in stores May 11 on Blacksmith/Dream Big Ventures with distribution by The Orchard.