Tribe Called Quest Reunion in the Works?

Well, 2 out of 4 is
half. So is the Tribe glass half-empty, or half-full? Watch film trailer,
below.

 

By Fred Mills

 

RollingStone.com, reporting on A Tribe Called Quest and the
Tribeca Film Festival premiere of the Michael Rapaport-directed Tribe documentary
Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest, is floating the
possibility that a reunion of the influential hip-hop group might be in the
works.

 

The
film initially sparked contention among the group’s erstwhile members, although
the director told rolling stone that his “original goal” for the doc was to get
them back together. “We got… two out of four [members],” Rapaport is quoted as
saying. “Maybe we’ll get a big surprise out of this later.”

 

Said
member Ali Shaheed Muhammad, who attended the premiere, “Every
day I wake up is leading to a Tribe reunion. That’s always the question – will
we or won’t we? I’m always available.” Also on hand was Phife Dawg, who
added, “See? That’s a step in the right direction,” Phife added.
“We need two more, but that’s a good step… If the stars align,” Ali
said, “and we feel like we have a purpose in recording, then it can
happen.”

 

 



A Tribe Called Quest Documentary (Trailer) by PayeTaChatte

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