a tribe called quest

In a press release circulated today, Michael Rapaport claims that Sony Pictures Classics purchased the rights to his documentary on A Tribe Called Quest. The documentary premiered at this year’s Sundance Film Festival.

On the Valentines Day episode of Chris Rock‘s HBO talk show in 1997, D’Angelo performed with an all-star band including Raphael Saadiq, ?uestlove of The Roots, Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest and the late Chalmers “Spanky” Alford. The quintet, which was unofficially known as Linwood Rose, performed D’Angelo’s hit single “Lady.”

The Grammys honored hip-hop the 35-plus year journey of hip-hop on Thursday night at “Word Revolution: A Celebration of the Evolution of Hip-Hop.” Naughty By Nature and Phife of A Tribe Called Quest were among the performers at the event which was held at the Wilshire Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.

The beef between Rapper Q-Tip and Actor/director Michael Rapaport over an upcoming documentary on legendary Hip-Hop group A Tribe Called Quest continued last night, over the contents of the film. Q-Tip took to his Twitter account earlier this morning (January 21st) and responded to Rapaport’s recent comments on Q-Tip’s lack of support for the documentary, […]

“How you gonna take my hot line and make it a hot song like I ain’t posed to come and step on that sh*t like King Kong” spits a fierce Busta Rhymes on the remix of “Roman’s Revenge.” For all the young people out there, the “line” Bussa Buss is referring to is the “rah rah, […]

Q-Tip of A Tribe Called Quest made waves last week on Twitter when he announced that he was not in support of the upcoming documentary on the group.

The break-up of A Tribe Called Quest in 1998 was truly the end of an era.

With the recent announcement that Bun B’s brand new album, Trill O.G. received a perfect 5-Mic rating from The Source, it’s only fitting that we take a look at all of the albums that have received the coveted rating.

T.I.’s album cover for King Uncaged features the ATL rapper seated next to a lion, drawing an obvious parallel between the recently-released-from-jail rapper and the king of the jungle, as well as a fleeting nod to a classic 70’s soul album from Minnie Riperton.