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  • G Beats
    March 23, 2017
    Not long find out about this L.P back after 18 Years People's.Phife will always live on within the Music as a Record is a Recorded History of Music from a Artist.He will always be Blessed so will his Whole Family and Crew.Peace G Beats.
  • Bim Ditson
    December 20, 2016
    Goddamn! So tight.
  • Micah
    November 22, 2016
    Instant classic. this album more than picks up where they left off, it's a fresh album that's going to educate hip hop of the future. beats, rhymes, and life. What more could you want. rip Phife Dawg.
  • mangatoad
    November 18, 2016
    Best album of the year
  • Dae
    November 17, 2016
    Where do I even begin. First of all yesterday was a momentous day for hip hop and any Tribe heads. Nearly two decades since the last tribe LP! I honestly never ever thought this would happen. I am saddened that phife passed away before the album was released but I am grateful that he was able to record some verses for the album. It has a chilling effect hearing Phife on the album. It's both sad yet oddly uplifting and reassuring. Phifes entrance on the track in "Solid wall of sound" when the beat drops was so trademark and he really brought the song to life. I had to play it back like 5 times the first time I heard it. I also enjoyed how Phife rapped more in his "Trinidad born" style of Patois throughout the album. I see this project as a tribute to Phife, especially from the title of the album and the tracks like "lost somebody." With regards to the production and beats I had no idea what to expect. They didn't go for the traditional beats sampling methods that was prevalent in their earlier albums like low end theory, or at least the sampling was more subtle as evident in "Dis generation" where a line from Musical Youth's introduction to "pass the dutchie" was cleverly used or the black sabbath drums sample used in "We the people". In that regard, I feel the production had more of the feel of Q tips solo albums like "Amplified" and the "Renaissance". However, the production in my opinion still managed to stay largely true to the essence of Tribe, or at least a 2016 version of Tribe. With regards to the features, this was inevitable due to the loss of Phife and it was interesting to see tribe collab with modern artists such as Anderson paak and Kendrick. The Kendrick track was one of my favourites- Conrad Tokyo! It was also a trip back to memory lane hearing Busta rhymes and Consequence tear up the tracks as they have time and time again done with Tribe. Talib Kweli's addition to "the killing season" was breathtaking and even Jarobi came into his own on the mic. I think this album is an important one for rap and i am ecstatic that Tribe and their legacy is still as relevant as it was when they burst onto the scene in the early 90s as it is now in 2016. Indeed Tribe, thank you for your service!!! A fellow Marauder, Dae
  • Stakesishigh84
    November 14, 2016
    This album is more then I could have expected. It feels so "tribe" i can't stand it. There is definitely a new sound from The love movement and the albums before it, but i feel like this exactly what a tribe album would sound like in 2016 if they never stopped recording together. Makes me dream about the albums that could have been. Can we work an agreement out, work with the vocals from Phifes coming solo to bring out 3 more tribe albums. I've been dying to hear a new phife solo, but the idea of more tribe albums like this is a dream that "could" come true. Great album. Waiting for my vinyl patiently.
  • Tion
    November 13, 2016
    I had the opportunity to listen to some of the album over sirius xm's ATCQ dedication weekend. all i have to say is, with all the garbage on the radio. it is a blast from the past breath of fresh air. Hip Hop brought back to the forefront. from the group, sound, lyrics and guest. This is something that has been missed by the ears of classic hip hop listeners. Long live hip hop, rest easy five footer
  • Jeremy A Mallard
    November 12, 2016
    ...!!! massive thank you for our native tongues !!!... ...doin' our own dang... (((<*>))) <= nyc 10025 to worldwide =>
  • Ryan Cullen
    November 12, 2016
    From Ottawa Canada, TCQ is my favorite group, this Album is amazing A+ or as we say in Canada EH+, so happy to have purchased this, its a must cop, R.I.P Phife Dawg
  • Danny Lipsitz
    November 11, 2016
    I just heard the record for the first time. It preserves their spirit so well while clearly a current product. you can tell when a musical artist is not just a rapper, producer, guitarist, or composer -- when they transcend such roles. You can tell when an artist is just musical. tribe called quest is now, definitively, one of those artists.
  • Ar(T)chitect /DJ Rawwk/ Herb N' Legends crew
    November 11, 2016
  • Governor Slugwell
    November 11, 2016
    My non profit is named after for 18years what has been the last at a album, the love movement, im not gonna change the name of my company but I'm glad to know that this last note is tribes catalogue is A new Hiphop classic. #salute
  • Art cairo
    November 11, 2016
    So happy they were able to bust out one last LEGACY album for us fans...cant wait to spin it on the Technics ....#istillmissphife
  • Dj JohNNy P
    November 11, 2016
    I'll Keep it short and sweet, another abstract classic!!!
  • Brian
    November 11, 2016