From the album: We Got It From Here.. Thank You 4 Your Service (Epic Records), CD and Vinyl LP shipping.
Song produced by: Q-Tip (of A Tribe Called Quest) & Blair Wells

We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service is the sixth studio album by American hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest. Released on November 11, 2016, on Epic Records. After 18 years, A Tribe Called Quest is back with their final album We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service. Featuring original members and special guests The album features guest appearances from André 3000, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, Elton John, Kanye West, Anderson Paak, Talib Kweli, and the group’s most frequent collaborators Consequence and Busta Rhymes. The album features contributions from band member Phife Dawg, who died several months prior to the album’s release. The album’s title was chosen by Phife Dawg, and although the other members did not understand it’s meaning, they kept it in place after his death.

From the album: We Got It From Here.. Thank You 4 Your Service (Epic Records), CD shipping.
Song produced by: A Tribe Called Quest

We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service is the sixth studio album by American hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest. Released on November 11, 2016, on Epic Records. After 18 years, A Tribe Called Quest is back with their final album We got it from Here… Thank You 4 Your service. Featuring original members and special guests The album features guest appearances from André 3000, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, Elton John, Kanye West, Anderson Paak, Talib Kweli, and the group’s most frequent collaborators Consequence and Busta Rhymes. The album features contributions from band member Phife Dawg, who died several months prior to the album’s release. The album’s title was chosen by Phife Dawg, and although the other members did not understand it’s meaning, they kept it in place after his death.

“This is Tribe’s debut album, featuring a very young Phife and Q-Tip at the early parts of their amazing careers. Such smash hits as “I Left My Wallet In El Segundo”, “Can I Kick It?”, “Bonita Applebum”, etc. made ATCQ a household name back in 1990. This was quite a change to the hardcore gangsta rap sound that had taken over the country at that time.” – UGHH’s Quest

“If you had to pick up only one Tribe album, this might be the one to get (two copies needed!). Features 19 of ATCQs biggest hits, you could throw this album on at a party and the crowd will be loving every track and no doubt will be rapping along to the vocals of these Native Tongues. ” – UGHH’s Quest
CD also available – grab it for the car ride.

“This is a great companion piece to “The Anthology”. This is a “best of” compilation, but featuring remixes to some of the great songs put out by ATCQ and hits that were huge in the underground scene but not necessarily on mainstream radio. All 18 tracks are needed in your collection such as “Oh My God (Remix)”, “Mr. Incognito” (was previously available on white label only), “Clap Your Hands”, and tons more. If you want your Tribe fix on a budget, I suggest getting two copies of this album and two copies of The Anthology – will keep you plenty busy on the turntables for hours.” – UGHH’s Quest

“One of the early 90’s hip hop masterpieces. The album starts with “Excursions” and the first 10 seconds is guaranteed to get your head bobbing “Back in the days when I was a teenager/ before I had status and before I had a pager…”. The next song is “Buggin’ Out” – making it like a one/two punch to your dome piece. Other classics include “Check The Rhime”, “Jazz”, “Scenario”, and so many more. You definitely need doubles of this on vinyl and the CD version to bump in your whip.” – UGHH’s Quest
CD also available.

“Released in 1993, this is an equal match of greatness against The Low End Theory. Having one of the most memorable hip hop album cover art of all time, the album includes hit after hit. Let’s see… ummmm… “Award Tour”, “Electric Relaxation”, “Clap Your Hands”, “Oh My God” (w/ the infamous Busta Rhymes chorus), “Lyrics To Go”, and the list goes on. Another ATCQ album I highly suggest getting doubles of.” – UGHH’s Quest
CD also available.

Produced by the Ummah, which consists of the Tribe’s Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed Muhammad along with (newcomer) Jay Dee, BEATS, RHYMES AND LIFE sports the usual jazzy beats, and reintroduces Tribe as the all-around hip-hop group. Muhammad’s use of funky samples, Phife’s self-satisfying attitude, and Q-Tip’s abstract poetry are only part of the reason why the trio keeps rap music on lockdown. There are other bands capable of experimenting with new sounds while delivering lyrical positivism, but they often forget how to simply rock the crowd. A Tribe Called Quest does that, too.
CD also available.