Legendary hip-hop innovator and Grammy award winner Q-Tip is teaming up with current Wolf Of Wall Street co-stars, multi-Oscar nominee Leonardo DiCaprio and Oscar-nominee Jonah Hill, through DiCaprio’s production company Appian Way, to develop and create a new scripted TV series that is loosely based on Q-Tip¹s experience during the Native Tongue era. Hill is [cont.]
Revolt TV produced this special short on A Tribe Called Quest, whom reflect on their legacy after their final performances in New York City. In the second clip, OKP caught up with Phife Diggy to ask him about that dude wearing the Hammer pants in the “Bonita Applebum” video, his J Dilla knowledge, and other [cont.]
The Dungeon Dragon comes out on this performance of “Scenario”, live in New York City on the Yeezus tour earlier this week. As the second-to-last-ATCQ performance ever, its a shame Busta’s mic was having issues. Crowd filled in the gaps, in true LONS style.
Yesterday, Kanye West announced that Pusha T and A Tribe Called Quest would be joining him for select dates on the Yeezus tour. But today, Q-Tip revealed via Twitter that these shows would be the group’s “final” performances. “In August, ATCQ did our last show FOR Cali. It’s only right we do our FINAL 2 [cont.]
Rolling Stone reports that Q-Tip will “sprinkle his album” – The Last Zulu, due next Spring on G.O.O.D. Music / Def Jam – with individual appearances from his A Tribe Called Quest family, including Phife Dawg, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, and Jarobi. “I’ll probably get them on my album,” Q-Tip said at the Foundation for Ethnic [cont.]
At tonight’s BET Hip-Hop Awards, 50 Cent, Fat Joe, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliott, A Tribe Called Quest’s paid tribute to Chris Lighty, head of Violator Management, in this dedication to the late, legendary music industry figure. Each of these artists were managed by Violator at some point in their careers. Historically, Fat Joe and 50 [cont.]
Here’s a highlight reel of Busta Rhymes amazing peformance from the Brooklyn Hip-Hop fest, which saw him reuniting with Leaders of The New School for the first time in 20 years. Also present are each A Tribe Called Quest, Lil Fame of M.O.P., Buckshot, Smif-N-Wessun, Slick Rick, Reek Da Villain, J. Doe. We can’t say [cont.]
In this Interview with Montreality, Phife Dawg of A Tribe Called Quest speaks about: – His story (0:18) – The type of student he was at school (0:35) – What he would be doing if it wasn’t for the music (0:52) – Jobs he’s had as a teenager growing up (1:01) – What he spent [cont.]
The Come Up Show presents part 3 of our interview with Phife Dawg, Phife tells us how he feels about all the attention and acclaim the documentary got. Something not too many people know is that Nas was one of the first to suggest that Tribe should do a documentary back in 2008. Michael Rapport [cont.]
The Revive Da Live Big Band paid tribute to legendary hip-hop act A Tribe Called Quest at Harlem Stage in New York recently. Guests such as Buckshot, Sadat X, Charlie Brown & Dinco D of Leaders of the New School, and Dres of Black Sheep performed some of Tribe’s most memorable hits.
In part two of our interview with De La Soul, DJ Pizzo speaks with Posdnous about A Tribe Called Quest’s “Beats, Rhymes, & Life” documentary. They also touch upon the original “Scenario” recording sessions, and the lost versions of the track with members of Tribe, Leaders, De La Soul, and Black Sheep. Check out the [cont.]
The renowned New York-based Native Tongues crew has something brewing for the new year! Evitan (“native” spelled backwards), the new hip-hop duo featuring Andres “Dres” Titus of Black Sheep and Jarobi White of A Tribe Called Quest, have officially debuted the first single, “P.T.I. (Occupy Wall St.)”. The track touches not only the specific happenings [cont.]
Jakk Frost remakes the ATCQ classic. Cameos from Vinnie Paz and Reef The Lost Cauze.
Live clip of A Tribe Called Quest featuring Nas.
Phife Dawg and Director Michael Rapaport sat down with Nick Huff Barili to talk about the new Tribe Called Quest documentary: Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest. Some of the topics they talked about include: Will Tribe ever make music together as a group? Why did Nas who started out [cont.]
The two collaborators from Beats, Rhymes, & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest speak on classic Tribe records and other gems.
At the 2011 Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival, headliner Q-Tip brings out Kanye West and Busta Rhymes during his performance.
All three members of A Tribe Called Quest speak with Angie Martinez, Phife Dawg via telephone. Tip takes the spotlight to speak on the new film, Beats, Rhymes, & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest, in theaters this week. Check out a clip from the movie above, and the audio from the interview [cont.]
While we’ve seen just about every 2Pac verse recycled into a Bruce Hornsby sampled remix, here’s a pair of newly uncovered dis tracks from the slain rapper. Pac goes hard at Biggie, Nas, Wendy Williams, De La Soul (!), Dr. Dre on “Watch Ya Mouth”, and shots are fired with DPG at Biggie, Mobb Deep, [cont.]
Before there was even a glimpse on this documentary running on YouTube or before any posted trailer clip started circulating, there was something really exciting just in anticipation about any type of documentary film focused on a milestone group such as A Tribe Called Quest – pioneers in hip-hop and credited to selling 5 Gold [cont.]
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