DEEP DISCOG DIVE: A Tribe Called Quest

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0:00 Intro
0:49 Prologue
02:01 People's Instinctive Travels & The Path of Rhythm
04:28 The Low End Theory
08:15 Midnight Marauders
10:55 Beats, Rhymes, & Life
14:08 The Love Movement
16:22 Breakup & Aftermath
18:52 We Got It from Here, Thank You 4 Your Service
22:01 Conclusion

Albums Discussed
- People's Instinctive Travels & The Path of Rhythm (1990)
- The Low End Theory (1991)
- Midnight Marauders (1993)
- Beats, Rhymes & Life (1996)
- The Love Movement (1998)
- We Got It From Here, Thank You 4 Your Service (2016)




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Mic The Snare
Mic The Snare 2 yıl önce
Just in case anyone thinks to comment about this: I am aware that The Next Episode was not on The Chronic, but I still wanted to make the joke anyway. :) Thanks for watching everyone!
big dog
big dog 2 aylar önce
@Rodolfo Caliz Niiiine deuce!
The Ten Ways
The Ten Ways Yıl önce
Beats, Rhymes and Life is my favorite Tribe album (Edit: Can't say it's my fave after a proper dive - which is how I found this vid - but it was my favorite for a long time). It's the storytelling. That fatigue you mention... What I hear is a group of MCs spending a long summer doing the rounds of the NYC party scene while all hell is jumping off around them. Sonically, Midnight Marauders is a spring album. Beats is September dog days when you're ready for summer to be done but it's still 95 degrees out. It's a similar feeling to Do the Right Thing in film. The Love Movement is hotter than you give it credit for too imo - as long as you have cans or speakers that can handle the bass programming or you'll just hear snares for 40 mins lol.
Ellie Lowther Collective
Just discovered your channel , subscribed! would love to see you do a deep discog dive on Elliott Smith . Keep up the great work :)
Maryann Appiagyei
The Roots J Dilla
𝓓𝓲𝓽𝓮 2 yıl önce
stupid question but the theme heard in the prologue and albums cover transitions i swear i've heard of it what's it called?
Kamil Henri
Kamil Henri 2 yıl önce
We Got It From Here is hands down the best comeback album from any artist
z ÿzir akhmhagajzah🩸a,k,a mzuíí-juu
u forgot to say “one of” because thats just stupid to say its “THE”
Elon Musk Sells Snake Oil
I'd rank it at #2 behind Satan - Life Sentence.
Shawn Gaither
Shawn Gaither Yıl önce
Comeback? WTF? I guess I know what you mean BUT legends don't have "come back albums" ATCQ is the greatest hip hop group ever...
Jackson Inc.
Jackson Inc. Yıl önce
Blackstar 😐
Patrick Tervo
Patrick Tervo 2 yıl önce
The Love Movement ironically doesn’t get enough love. It’s a really nice album that people often forget about!
Karl Nova
Karl Nova Aylar önce
It’s because compared with their classic albums, it’s just not as good and was a letdown. It’s got that one all time classic song and that’s it
Cap'n_L 5 aylar önce
Yesss my favorite song from them "Like it like that" is on there and overall i think its a nice album
Wes Niman
Wes Niman Yıl önce
Bustas Lament is a slap
K Dubb
K Dubb Yıl önce
@AJ I agree!
AJ Yıl önce
The Love Movement has the best production of any tribe record imo. Dilla was in his prime. Beats like Bustas Lament, Hot 4 U and The Love are some of my favorite beats ever made
Bartholomule01 2 yıl önce
My uncle was very broken up over Phife's death. Back when his main gig was DJing in the Bay Area in the late 90's early 00s he did some work in radio and got to interview Phife in 2003. He's really glad he got to have that personal interaction with him.
dmaster5556 2 yıl önce
You should do a De La Soul deep dive. You'll probably have to resort to TRvid for most of the albums given their label (and sample clearance) situations making a majority of their stuff unavailable on streaming save for their most recent two. But De La definitely needs more support and praise. Real scummy how Tommy Boy's been doing them with regards to giving them control of their material.
Glenn Case - Music
Glenn Case - Music Aylar önce
And now the timing would be excellent! The classic albums are finally coming to streaming services on 3/3/23!
JL3001 Yıl önce
PLEASE do De La. It's a shame they get looked over due to the lack of availability on streaming (hopefully we'll get it soon since the group announced they're working on it last summer), they were (and still are) held in the same esteem as Tribe back then!
dmaster5556 Yıl önce
@MrBock I remember that for sure, I had opted in to receive the email with the discography. They did that because even back then they were still having the issues they're currently having with getting their back catalog officially released, so just out of love for the fans and because they're awesome dudes, they said fuck it have it all for free (though technically it was all their albums from 3 Feet High to Stakes Is High plus a greatest hits compilation. The Grind Date wasn't included). I wish I had donated to the kickstarter for "And the Anonymous Nobody", though.
MrBock Yıl önce
Great idea. By the way, they did an amazing thing a few years ago, they put out all their albums to download... for FREE ! Who else would do that ?
Owen E
Owen E 2 yıl önce
I was just about to say this! I would love a deep dive on De La, especially with how much material they have and how strong they’re still going to this day.
Crampsam 2 yıl önce
A Tribe Called Quest made so much good music that you can make a 24 minute video on their history and not even mention Check The Rhime, probably their biggest and most beloved song
Justin Heebner
Justin Heebner 9 aylar önce
Remember being at Barnes of noble (out of all places) looking at all the cds when I was 9 years old. The low end theory caught my eye and a convinced my mom to get it for me. Listen to that cd every day for a long and saved up all my money to get midnight marauders. Those two albums defined my childhood in a nutshell and tribe will always hit different for me. Thay shit was something special
HOLYCOWofthesea! 2 yıl önce
After watching this, and the Grammys video, it makes me wish so badly that you'd have more ladies in your deep discog dive series. It's my favorite thing you do, and I'd love to know more about some of the most iconic female artists
Eileen Yıl önce
Yes!! I hope he does one on bjork
N N Yıl önce
he did one on kate bush
HOLYCOWofthesea! Yıl önce
@OkayTomm Yea I know, I'm just trying to say I wish there was more women on it, or maybe the gender variation become more equal. It'd even be cool if for at least one month vote there was ONLY women (maybe for women's history month) so, by the very least, it can add more women to DDD over time.
OkayTomm Yıl önce
if you check the description on the new ddd video there is a link to a voting page, theres a few women on there but they may just not get many votes at the moment, i'm sure that'll change tho!
HOLYCOWofthesea! 2 yıl önce
@VacuumBlink Thanks my friend, I hope he sees this!
Taylor Coble
Taylor Coble 2 yıl önce
I place 'Midnight Marauders' & 'The Low End Theory' alongside the great albums from all genres and eras of music. They still hold up, and will continue to hold up.
EightOhEight 2 yıl önce
I listened to Midnight Marauders for the first time a couple years back in my first day of college. I never realized it until now that i'm a few weeks from graduation that it was the soundtrack to my college years. This album will forever have a special place in my heart.
Gio Alberto
Gio Alberto Yıl önce
I’m from mexico I found ATCQ looking for a choreography, the guy used “electric relaxation” as a introduction, I heard it and I loved it, I looked for it, and I continued listening more and more, the whole album, more albums and that was it, I really love atcq the best hip Hop group
bulletproof.panda 7 aylar önce
Also mexican. I was listening to low end theory and it ended so it started playing random music then electric relaxation came on and i put down everything and listened to that album
KHO BRO 2 yıl önce
Let’s NOT forget that Tribe’s debut album, “People’s Instinctive Travels & The Path of Rhythm” was the 1st ‘Five Mic” album from The Source. 🎤🎤🎤🎤🎤 🙏🏾⚡️
smack 2 yıl önce
i must say, asking if quest were a boy band is one that ive heard before, but asking if theyre hyperpop blew my frickin mind
P1nh3d Larry
P1nh3d Larry 2 yıl önce
I didn’t know about Georgie Porgie up until now, and I decided to look up the full lyrics. I thought he was exaggerating. Nope, it legitimately is just extremely blatant homophobia all throughout.
WWE Forever
WWE Forever 10 gün önce
@Apexone Ali and 1 or 2 more from what I remember. Ali is highly homophobic.
Apexone 11 gün önce
@WWE Forever which ones hold their stance?
WWE Forever
WWE Forever 11 gün önce
​@Apexone No, part of the group have apologized. Others hold their stance.
@Formal Film Productions no it isn't
Raleigh Luxon
Raleigh Luxon 2 yıl önce
Butter is insane. I mean it's pretty self-explanatory. Dis Generation also felt like a huge passing of the torch moment in the rap game as well
Shawn Esgate
Shawn Esgate 10 aylar önce
I am a total clown and still know "Butter" word for word at 51 years old. Phife diggy.
Lyriqs Yıl önce
As a huge Tribe fan I would highly suggest listening to their albums in their release order. That way you can appreciate their journey which really puts their last album in perspective
Kieron Inglis
Kieron Inglis 2 yıl önce
the whole native tongues crew were something else man, I'm glad my dad's as much of a music nerd as I am or I wouldn't have been blessed with any of these bangers
missgigi Yıl önce
I’m about to be 42 and play low end or midnight marauders at least once a week..my fave hip hop group ever..they are the best to ever do it..I’m so glad I got to work for them and seen them perform w phife ..my inner 12 year old was so happy I almost cried 🙏🏼🙏🏼
Pierre 2 yıl önce
we got it from here is low key their best record
James Carlisle
James Carlisle Yıl önce
it's a fantastic final album but i could never put it ahead of Low End Theory or Midnight Marauders. it's kind of like David Bowie's Blackstar. It's an amazing record and the best farewell you could've asked for, but I could never put it ahead of Ziggy or Low. It just will never be that groundbreaking.
MrBock Yıl önce
@MrThemexacutioner Low End as well ! Discovered them in my late teens/early twenties a few years after they broke up (thank you eMule and Shareaza lol) and the first album I listened to completely (the first i could find at the time) was Midnight Marauders and it was my favorite for many years, but that slightly but surely drifted toward their sooner work and especially that second one. And Midnight is a great continuation and a way of perfecting the sound made on Low End, while still finding a way to give it its own identity, made me realize how much they cared. It shows how its a generation thing, and I wont be mad if a kid today tells me their last is their best, it's all about how and when you meet them. Because they always did their thing in the best way they could by staying true to what they loved in music, regardless of or by transcending their issues, differencies, or in the last case a dramatic loss. RIP Phife 🙏🏾❤️
It’s crazy after all these years to hear younger people (presumably) debate ATCQ. I never thought of Midnight as their best album. It’s interesting to see how this album aged. Btw, I’m old. I bought every Tribe album the day they were released starting with Instinctive. For me, Low End greatest album with Instinctive being my fav.
@JPosition I wish I could like this until the button breaks.
Fernando Orozco
Fernando Orozco Yıl önce
It is no doubt a great record, but it is no Low End Theory.
Chris Burney
Chris Burney Yıl önce
Midnight marauders is one of my favorite albums. High school took such a different turn once I discovered their music fr.
Blake Brown
Blake Brown 3 aylar önce
I love all of their albums and have been listening to all of the albums this past week. A Tribe Called Quest are my top 10 favorite rappers of all time. They don’t get enough credit for their music and they have the most unique sound. They are known for their jazz style sampled beats. I knew Phife Dawg had diabetes since his younger days, so he had died from complications of that disease. It broke my heart when he died, so the group minus Ali Shaheed Muhammad made a comeback album We Got It from Here... Thank You 4 Your Service. The group brought back original member Jacobi White who left the group during their debut album for culinary school. Also, it was their best comeback album I ever heard, so Ali Shaheed Muhammad wasn’t on the writing credits. It had a lot of collaborations on the album from André 3000, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, Elton John, Kanye West, Anderson .Paak, Talib Kweli, Consequence, and Busta Rhymes. After hearing of all of their albums, Busta Rhymes was on all of their albums. The group has reunited 3 times after their 1998 breakup. Q-Tip and Phife didn’t always get along with each other since the two became lifelong friends. I advice people to listen to their music if you haven’t heard it yet. These guys were in their prime and made great music for all generations. I hope Q-Tip will make more music since the record labels don’t wanna promote him. It’s a dirty game in the music business. I would have wish they made a collaboration album with OutKast; that would be dope.
Anthony Foti
Anthony Foti 2 yıl önce
Movin Backwords has to be my fav song from Tribe. Jarobi snapped and Anderson Paak gave what is easily my fav vocal performance from him ever. It’s gorgeous
Voodoo McSpaghettipants
I wore my Low End Theory sweatshirt today because it just felt like the right day to wear it, and now I see this on my TRvid page. I can’t tell how to feel
trex 2 yıl önce
Low end theory is a hip hop classic, the songs on that album is timeless.
TJ Kerrell
TJ Kerrell 2 yıl önce
I’m so glad someone a few years ago showed me the song “Can I Kick It?”. Ever since then, Tribe has been in my playlist.
Elvin Knox
Elvin Knox 2 yıl önce
Electric Relaxation is the soundtrack of my life. Bury me with that ish.
Lydia 'Void' Valentino
We Got It From Here might have one of the most stacked lineups of guests on any hip-hop record ever.
HeyAlexCameron 2 yıl önce
@undun yeah true
undun 2 yıl önce
my beautiful dark twisted fantasy only one that tops it off the top of my head (feature wise)
Simon Woodcock
Simon Woodcock 2 yıl önce
The Deep Discog Dive is always great. Because it eather introduces me to music I haven't heard of or gives me a new perspective on I have already listened to. But in the other hand, every month that it isn't about The Killers is one I die inside a little.
xeilian 2 yıl önce
never heard an album by them, but new ddd is always appreciated
Aiedyn Woods
Aiedyn Woods Yıl önce
please listen to midnight marauders
Luscious Mustard
Luscious Mustard 2 yıl önce
We got it from here is legit a top 5 album ever for me, absolutely amazing work
Deimo Gimuvi
Deimo Gimuvi 2 yıl önce
RIP Phife Dawg and J Dilla
Stan Down
Stan Down Yıl önce
Amen phife dizzle I’ll see u up there too, rip until then, but for u- the alarm clock is about to be waking u up. For you it’s NOW!
shootafam manny
shootafam manny Yıl önce
dilla dawg for life
Lady of The Ratking
Lady of The Ratking 2 yıl önce
Just wanted to say it wasn’t the velvet underground being sampled but rather Lou Reeds transformer Also you gotta do Lou Reed and the Velvet Underground on a DDD Some classic rock would make sense given out of the 10 last DDDs 7-8 are hip hop
Lady of The Ratking
Lady of The Ratking 2 yıl önce
@Evan VandenBrul I have listened to nicos solo work and it isn’t great Can’t speak for john cale tho
Paulito8000 2 yıl önce
@Evan VandenBrul honestly, lou reed alone would be about 40 min, if you include velvet the video is about an hour. if you include nico and cale it might just be a bit much
Evan VandenBrul
Evan VandenBrul 2 yıl önce
Or expand that to Nico and John Cale as well, granted that would be a lot to make a single video on.
Gnarwhal 2 yıl önce
Hands down my favourite hip hop group. Love their laid back, jazzy production and funky rhymes. Not one bad album either
Reece Hollowell
Reece Hollowell 2 yıl önce
I’m a simple man, I see the notification for new MicTheSnare and I scream
Robbie Sosin
Robbie Sosin Yıl önce
We got it from here has a special place in my heart, it is what got me into Tribe and I felt the closest with all of my friends at the time….makes me cry listening to it just thinking about it being a tribute to Phife
Fabrice Shema Jr.
Fabrice Shema Jr. 9 aylar önce
Each album has a timeless beat!
Ryan Veksler
Ryan Veksler 2 yıl önce
Tribe is my favorite hip hop group of all time
Ravachol Yıl önce
same, except if madvillain is considered a group, but it’s more of a collab
Typical furry
Typical furry Yıl önce
Personally my favorite hip hop group in The Fugees. Then Tribe
Thomas Cosumar
Thomas Cosumar Yıl önce
Me too
archith binoj 24-8
archith binoj 24-8 2 yıl önce
Wu tang Clan will always be number 1 to me , but I love tribe , they my 2nd favourite
BetIllBeDamned 2 yıl önce
@Piñata Ik, I was joking.
Invalid Sin
Invalid Sin Yıl önce
When that bass hits your ear in the beginning of Low End Theory... You knew that shit was gonna pop off...
Rae Yıl önce
The group and their music changed my life ! Can’t explain of how much i love this group honestly
GokuForSmash Yıl önce
Dis Generation has one of the best flows out of all tribe song imo
Tammy R.
Tammy R. 2 yıl önce
You did a fantastic job with this essay! I'm a huge fan of ATCQ and I even own a re-released copy of the Midnight Mauraders album so this meant a lot to me. RIP Phife Dawg
trex 2 yıl önce
@Tammy R. I am having a good morning because of this dialogue. Check out this brief poem I wrote. I'm talking to tammy, she seems more precious than a Grammy, she has a great taste in music, she's making a brotha more vivid.
Tammy R.
Tammy R. 2 yıl önce
@trex Yes, I am lol I grew up on some of their music so it holds a lot of significance. Hip Hop turned me into a Jazz head for sure.
trex 2 yıl önce
@Tammy R. So you're into the common's, talibs, mos Def's, erykah badu's, Lauryn hill's of the world ? I got a soft spot for yall❤
Tammy R.
Tammy R. 2 yıl önce
@trex Its definitely a groove. I enjoy the sample used since I'm also a Jazz head. Plus my favorite line came from Phife: I like 'em brown, yellow, Puerto Rican or Haitian Name is Phife Dawg from the Zulu Nation. Idk it's always hit home for me.
Jetpack Gamer
Jetpack Gamer 2 yıl önce
Getting a notif for a new DDD episode at an unexpected time is like being handed a christmas present out of nowhere
Oliver Mills
Oliver Mills 2 yıl önce
I would really enjoy an episode on king gizzard and the lizard wizard. I saw it on the DDDD and I really want to see it soon.
James Wier
James Wier 2 yıl önce
Things I learned from this video: A Tribe Called Quest is the most influential hyperpop act in music history
Andrew Bair
Andrew Bair 2 yıl önce
I audibly gasped with joy when this popped up on my home page. Hey video, can I kick it? Yes I can.
BlueBoboDoo100 2 yıl önce
My favorite rap music ever. I love their whole discography, but Midnight Marauders will always be my favorite. Doesn't matter if I've just had the worst day of my life or the best, Midnight Marauders always feels like the perfect record to put on in the evening after a long day.
Ammar 2 yıl önce
It is unreal how good We Got It From Here...Thank You 4 You Service is, the chemistry sounded like it never left
Austrumental 2 yıl önce
Tribe are the reason I got into Hip Hop, my dad played Check the Rhime for me when I was 14 and I was hooked man. It also gave me and my dad something to have in common.
Geoffrey Thomas
Geoffrey Thomas 2 yıl önce
I was first introduced to Tribe's music in 1999, and it was The Love Movement. I listened to it repeatedly. That was the soundtrack of my summer 1999. THEN I went back to PIT&TPR, Midnight Marauders, Low End Theory. I didn't listen to Beats, Rhymes & Life until years later. The Love Movement is very underrated, but it holds a special place for me because of being 14, having a big crush on a girl, and feeling the summer vibes.
Isaac Prin
Isaac Prin 2 yıl önce
Quest dissed MC Hammer on Check the Rhime, years before Beats, Rhymes, and Life. MC Hammer fired back in 1994, and then I think that might be the inspiration for "Phony Rappers"
@Isaac Prin It depends on how much liberty you take with the “truth”. Lol. They talked it out with him so he was aware they did not mean it that way but he dissed them later anyway even though they had an understanding.
Isaac Prin
Isaac Prin Yıl önce
@MrThemexacutioner So, regardless of what was meant, Hammer still took offense to it and dissed them.
Popular misconception. ATCQ did not dis hammer. It was a misunderstanding with a lyric on Check The Rhyme that was talked about by both parties where Tip explained to Hammer it was NOT directed at him. Hammer, being on his own sack at the time decided to dis them later.
Fernando Orozco
Fernando Orozco Yıl önce
@Isaac Prin Hammer was a preacher first, then a rapper, then a preacher again. On his first record he went by the name "MC Hammer -The HolyGhost Boy"
Isaac Prin
Isaac Prin 2 yıl önce
@Will B. Smooth And I think before that came out, MC Hammer went broke and became a preacher.
soy crook
soy crook Yıl önce
Mic has literally never made me nearly this excited for an artist I’ve already listened to
Nyle S.
Nyle S. Yıl önce
The first time I heard Bonita Applebum bumping out the trunk of a Jeep in the early 90’s in Jersey had me hooked. Went and got the tape. Midnight Marauders was my high school soundtrack. Also the Scenario remix had me hunting trying to figure out how to find it…heater 🧨🌡🔥
otis invazion
otis invazion 2 yıl önce
The greatest rap group ever.
StraightupG Yıl önce
The greatest hip hop artists ever
Thomas Cosumar
Thomas Cosumar Yıl önce
Beats, Rhymes & Life is so underrated. “The Hop” containd Phife’s best performance ever IMO, disagree he sounds unfocused. And the production is great! Prefer it to Marauders honestly, but TLE is my crown jewel
Mardi Gras
Mardi Gras 7 aylar önce
Get A Hold
Tyler Hackner
Tyler Hackner 2 yıl önce
Thanks for doing this. The love movement is underrated/ironically doesn’t get enough love
king esseen
king esseen Yıl önce
When Beats, Rhymes & Life came out, Tribe had a lot of groups sounding like them, so the ""Phony Rappers" track was addressing the Diggable Planets, Camp Lo's, etc,...Sidenote, If Phife saw what Q Tip was doing behind him at 10:08, he woulda punched Tip in his stomach. Lol
king esseen
king esseen Yıl önce
@Will B. Smooth No not Luchini, Coolie High.
Will B. Smooth
Will B. Smooth Yıl önce
@king esseenOh you mean "Luchini"? Lol...funny thing is, Butterfly from Digable Planets was in that video at the end, doing his verse from the track "Swing".
king esseen
king esseen Yıl önce
@Will B. Smooth I hear you, but I remember thinking their first track was the new Diggable Planets.🤣
Will B. Smooth
Will B. Smooth Yıl önce
Camp Lo was far from phony though...they had an original style, their own sound (thanks to Ski Beatz), their own slang, etc.
MrBock Yıl önce
What a great video ! Very well researched and straight to the point, really entertaining 🙏🏾😊 And I didnt expect it at all, but their last album is tremendous. It took me so long to listen to it, I was so afraid it would suck 😭 after all these years, but I underestimated them. I put it up there with Low End Theory and Midnight Marauders
Just a guy
Just a guy Yıl önce
Jiro's verse at the start of The Space Program is so fucking timeless My fave part of their entire discography
Adrian Lyord
Adrian Lyord Yıl önce
One of my favorite Rap groups of ALL Time and Long Live The Tribe Called Quest!!!!! Check the song called " Butter " on the album " The Low End Theory ". Great job on this video and thank you making it!
ManLikeKofi 2 yıl önce
Thank you for making this man... it made my heart so full. ❤️
Alexandra 2 yıl önce
I've always wanted to get into Tribe Called Quest, I'm checking it out now based on your recommendations. Just started Low End Theory. Thanks man!
RODAN Yıl önce
Tribes first album Peoples Instinctive... “Footprints” song got so much playtime in my box the tape snapped, bought a second tape and much of the same 😂 great time to be a hip hop kid in the Golden Era of music!! Changed my life ✊🏽
Rayaz Khan
Rayaz Khan 2 yıl önce
I love your work, Mic the Snare!!! Thank you for making videos and sharing them here.
Just E
Just E 2 yıl önce
Although Low End Theory and Midnight Marauders are timeless albums(love them both), there’s just something about We Got It From Here that I’m connected to whether it be the nostalgia or maybe something else entirely.
Orbit 2 yıl önce
I’ve only listened to the low end theory and midnight marauders but now I wanna check out their other records! Great video as always btw
firmdesign-ca 5 aylar önce
awesome, Tribe is something unique, I'm glad I was in my teenage years when I latched onto Low End and Midnight came out...I loved it then, and I love it now, I bailed b4 Beats...but I still am a ATCQ promoter :)
Alvaro Bendezu
Alvaro Bendezu 2 yıl önce
You missed the chance to say The Love Movement was released the same day as Aquemini & Black Star
Carson Conner
Carson Conner 2 yıl önce
Midnight Marauders was one of the first records I purchased on vinyl, before I even started listening to A Tribe Called Quest. Needless to say, it's one of my favorites in my collection(and one of the cheapest).
Isak Sandgren
Isak Sandgren Yıl önce
Fantastic video. Midnight Marauders and Low End Theory are some of my absolute favorite hip hop albums
Luc Wijngaard
Luc Wijngaard 2 aylar önce
My top tribe tracks are mainly their older ones but albums like the love movement had sleepers in my opinion like bustas lament (insanely chill beat), also we got it from here was amazing, my favorite might be Dis Generation
Jarrod Grant
Jarrod Grant 2 yıl önce
Love the effort you put into these videos! Thanks man
Derek Cash
Derek Cash 4 aylar önce
Ye: "Anything that I ever did wrong...blame Tip and Phife cuz yall raised me." Tip and Phife: "Shhhhiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitttttttttttttttttttttttttttt."
Shiftin 4 aylar önce
I was thinking the same thing 😂
Mason 2 yıl önce
I'm just getting into Tribe called quest for the first time and I'm so glad I saw this. Perfect timing for me, I appreciate it.
Dylan Evans
Dylan Evans 3 aylar önce
It would be a huge undertaking but I would absolutely love to see you do a deep discog dive on Bones. He averages 4-5 projects a year and it'd be super cool to see your take on his evolution.
Loso Dinero
Loso Dinero Yıl önce
To be honest I love all their albums differently. They’re like children.
Spider-Migz Yıl önce
A tribe called quest was my intro to old school hip hop. My favorite song by them is Get a hold followed by electric relaxation
Joe 2 yıl önce
I hate to pick a favorite Quest song but Bugging Out will always be my favorite because its what introduced me to them back on Dave Mirra's BMX 2.
WFryco Yıl önce
Don't know if you can consider Tip the most prolific post "We've Got it From Here" if you consider the amount of music Ali has put out with Adrian Younge for their imprint "Jazz Is Dead," which currently is sitting at 7 albums. Great video! Cheers.
MST5G Yıl önce
Saxsquatch for the win! You didn't mention Ron Carter who played upright bass on the Low End Theory. Had a lot to do with shaping the sound of Tribe and, of course, the great bass lines on that album.
Kristofer McCormack
Kristofer McCormack 2 aylar önce
I went travelling over the summer and listened to a lot of Tribe. My last stop was Vienna and I ended up finding a 1990s print of Midnight Marauders for a steal of a price (26 euro, Discogs listen it near 70 atm). Still puts me in a good mood when I need it.
Mr Front
Mr Front 2 yıl önce
Please do De La Soul, Gang Starr, or The Roots next! All of them are some of the greatest discographies in hip hop and all have great history and stories surrounding them.
Josh Page
Josh Page Yıl önce
Great video. I listen to Midnight Mauraders on a weekly basis because it's that damn good.
jason Yıl önce
Love this! Now hooked on the whole series. But we do need a DDD on The Beastie Boys, I think most would be surprised on how eclectic it gets.
MFRZA3000 2 yıl önce
Tribe has a special place in my heart. As someone who is loving the new school, they hooked me in to getting to know the history and culture of hiphop and my new found love for the old school. Absolute Legends.
Biggle 2 yıl önce
Great video as always! I'd love to see you do a video on Electric Light Orchestra. Everyone knows them from Mr. Blue Sky but they have an insanely solid discography
PLAGUE-KARM 2 yıl önce
Hell yeah, the group that made me fall in love with jazz rap
Misterfuzz Yıl önce
One of my favorite albums of all time is definitely Instinctive travels and paths of rhythm.
Stan Down
Stan Down Yıl önce
This album was the first rap I had ever listened to and is what got me into hiphop. The entire album from beginning to end is timeless and ages well, getting better each and every time u hear it. One of the best, and not one single cuss word spoken! Verses from the abstract, man the whole song list DOPE.
USEtheBLUES 2 yıl önce
So very well done! Their last album is my favorite, I listened to it everyday for a year and I’m a jazz musician 🎷!! I have no clue how to tribe called quest is not mentioned in everyone’s top five hip-hop of all time
Luc Wijngaard
Luc Wijngaard 2 aylar önce
Great video, amazing group that revolutionised hiphop!
Joseph c
Joseph c 2 yıl önce
People's Instinctive Travels is still my favourite Tribe album. It's one of a very select few that I can go back to and cheer me up whatever my mood is.
Cecil646 2 yıl önce
My favorite group of all time, I've listened to every main album, and even a lot of the more hidden gems, every album is amazing, even the ones other people don't like as much. Good vid!
xJVPS 2 yıl önce
loving the series, keep it up
Tesco Besco
Tesco Besco 2 yıl önce
Thank you 4 your service Mic. This is awesome
Nick Ford
Nick Ford 2 yıl önce
I always come out of these videos with such a heightened appreciation of music, even with artists I never would've gotten into otherwise!
Thomas Callahan
Thomas Callahan 2 yıl önce
Really hope there's a deep discog dive for the Mountain Goats someday! They're already on the poll but I can't imagine they're getting enough votes to win anytime soon 😅
André Vital Pardue
André Vital Pardue 2 yıl önce
I understand that you might not like "The Love Movement" as much as some of the classics. But I love that album more than midnight marauders purely cause my boy J Dilla kills everything.
M-ILL!O Yıl önce
Long Life Tribe Called Quest, J Dilla & Phife Dawg... peace from Argentina G's your hip hop history & legends inspired our actual golden era of rappers and culture that keeps alive the origins🔥
Woods’ Woods
Woods’ Woods 2 yıl önce
I grew up with Quest, and to hear someone else talk about We Got It From Here and feel the same way I feel about it means so much.
Roaring Sun
Roaring Sun Yıl önce
Agreed. SOLID WALLS OF SOUND is my ish.
G. U.
G. U. 2 yıl önce
(sees new Mic the Snare video) Can I click it? *Yes I can.*
Paul Adams
Paul Adams 2 yıl önce
Jason James
Jason James 2 yıl önce
I listen to a lot of genres of music, A Tribe Called Quest would be easily in my top 10 artists and Low End Theory in my top 10 albums with Midnight Marauders not far behind.
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