the.Life Files TV dug into their archives and shared this video of Q-Tip explaining how he signed with GOOD Music.
The Roots shared the stage with Q-Tip, Talib Kweli for a live showing of “Electric Relaxation” from the band’s 6th annual holiday jam.
Philadelphia radio personality Q Deezy from Hot 107.9 interviewed Q-Tip and he revealed the release date for The Last Zulu even spitting some bars from it as well as information about an upcoming Miles Davis project. They also talked about basketball, Tribe and Chris Lighty.
Chris Lighty was remembered by friends/clients A Tribe Called Quest, Fat Joe, 50 Cent, Busta Rhymes, Missy Elliot, DJ Red Alert and LL Cool J onstage at the BET Hip-Hop Awards.
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A cast of thinkers, rappers, poets and academics assembled in London on June 26th at the Barbican for the Intelligence Squared and Google+ debate titled, ‘Hip-Hop on Trial: Hip-Hop Doesn’t Enhance Society, It Degrades it.’ The debate was streamed live and moderated by Jemima Khan who took questions from online posters. The problem with all [...]
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2. Was Madonna serious when she called M.I.A.’s flipping the bird during the Superbowl performance “childish and irrelevant?”
Q-Tip does the DNA wipe with AfricanAncestry.com and finds out what tribe he came from before Tribe.
Q-Tip brings soul funk and jazz as always to his live show at The Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival that took place last week.