Ali Shaheed Muhammad
Marvel’s Luke Cage will be returning to Netflix for its second season. The announcement was made with an 18-second teaser video shared via Twitter on Sunday (December 4). The video zooms in on the window of Pop’s Barber Shop, which is illuminated by a neon light that reads “Season 2 Coming Soon.” While an official date has yet […]
It’s official! The New York legendary crew have released their 6th album, We Got it From Here, Thank You for Your Service at midnight (Nov. 11.) Their first official studio release in almost two decades, the new album from Q-Tip, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Jarobi White and the late Phife Dawg arrives a day before ATCQ is […]
Producer and writer Cheo Coker (Notorious, Southland) is the creator of Marvel’s collaboration with Netflix, “Luke Cage.” He stopped by the studio with composer and music producer Adrian Younge, as well as A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad, both of whom did the music for the show. They are also both legendary veterans of […]
When Luke Cage was first announced, the anticipation of the cast reveal was real. And while the cat was already out of the bag when Mike Colter was chosen to play Luke following his cameo in Marvel’s Jessica Jones, the subsequent announcements of castings was impressive. The choice to have Ali Shaheed Muhammad (A Tribe Called Quest, Lucy Pearl) and Adrian Younge […]
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.
The Netflix series will be available to watch on September 30. If you are not excited yet, here's five reasons why you should be.
One of the greatest debut albums in Hip Hop gets a fresh new 2015 facelift. A Tribe Called Quest is re-releasing their debut album, People’s…
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.”
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