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A Tribe Called Quest

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Can I Kick It? A Tribe Called Quest 04:11
Check the Rhime A Tribe Called Quest 03:36
Electric Relaxation A Tribe Called Quest 04:03
Award Tour (feat. Trugoy The Dove) A Tribe Called Quest, Trugoy the Dove 03:46
We The People.... A Tribe Called Quest 02:52
Scenario (feat. Busta Rhymes, Dinco D & Charlie Brown) A Tribe Called Quest, Busta Rhymes, Dinco D, Charlie Brown 04:10
The Space Program A Tribe Called Quest 05:41
Buggin' Out A Tribe Called Quest 03:38
Stressed Out (feat. Faith Evans) A Tribe Called Quest, Faith Evans 04:58
Luck of Lucien A Tribe Called Quest 04:35

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In stark contrast to the anger and venom of a wave of early 1990s gangsta rap acts, A Tribe Called Quest built on the influence of De La Soul and Gil Scott Heron in tackling social issues with poised intelligence and a sound that drew on jazz, soul and funk music. The childhood friends signed a deal with Jive Records in 1989 and soon gained recognition for their sophistication and laid-back rhythms, before the release of classic debut album People's Instinctive Travels And Paths Of Rhythms (1990). Sampling Lou Reed's Walk On The Wild Side and Ian Dury's What A Waste, the single Can You Kick It? became their big anthem and the albums Midnight Marauders (1993) and US Number 1 Beats, Rhymes and Life (1996) brought great critical acclaim. They split in 1998 with Q-Tip and Phife Dawg going on to solo careers, but have reformed intermittently for reunion gigs since. The group remain seminal figures in hip hop, and a huge influence on acts such as Kanye West, Ludacris and Tyler The Creator.