Nearly 20 years since the group’s last album, legendary rap group A Tribe Called Quest has returned with, “We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service.” Touted as the New York collective’s final album, it boasts 16 tracks and features Consequence, Kendrick Lamar, and several appearances from Busta Rhymes. The album is also […]
18 years after The Love Movement was released, A Tribe Called Quest is finally reuniting to release its final album. The iconic Queens rap group announced the new project with a handwritten note penned in black and gold marker by Q-Tip. The album is due on November 11. https://twitter.com/ATCQ/status/791813869047996416?ref_src=twsrc%5Etfw According to the letter, the group was inspired to get back into […]
Several African Americans who were denied housing in his buildings shared their stories in a campaign video for Hillary Clinton that was released on Tuesday.
Reid also confirmed the project was completed before Phife's death in March, so he will be featured on the project and so will the group's "sometimes Y" member, Jarobi.
As this good news is surfacing, July 31 also marked the 20-year anniversary of Tribe's album Beats, Rhymes & Life.
Andre 3000, Lauryn Hill, Kanye West and LL Cool J all came to Harlem's Apollo Theater to celebrate the life of Phife Dawg, along with a ton of other hip-hop legends.
Queens is the county, Jamaica is the place where fans gathered to celebrate the life and storied career of Phife Dawg. Announced Sunday as a…
In light of the passing of the legendary Phife Dog, founding member of A Tribe Called Quest, Headkrack points out one very significant thing we should take away from his untimely passing. Check out the player above to hear explain more in this exclusive video edition of the Hip-Hop Spot. Sign Up For Our Newsletter![sailthru_widgetfields=”email” sailthru_list=”Rickey Smiley Subscribers”] Click on the audio player below […]
Arum, along with WSB-TV'S Fred Blankenship, took the creative route by including Malik Issac Taylor's lyrics in Wednesday's traffic report. Arum incorporated lyrics from ATCQ's "Award Tour" and "Oh My God," and still managed to effortlessly report on accidents and roadblocks throughout the city.