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Ein Dokumentarfilm über eine der einflussreichsten und innovativsten Hip-Hop Gruppen aller Zeiten: Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest. A Tribe Called Quest waren eine der kommerziell erfolgreichsten und künstlerisch anerkanntesten Bands ihrer Generation. Sie galten als Pioniere des Hip Hop. In nur 8 Jahren veröffentlichten sie 5 Gold- und Platinalben. Ihre plötzliche Trennung schockte ihre Fans, die nicht genug vom innovativen Stil der Band bekommen konnten. Regisseur Michael Rapaport war einer dieser hard-core Fans. Und so kam es ihm nur gelegen, dass sich die Band 2008 wieder zusammen raufte und auf Tour ging. 10 Jahre nach der Veröffentlichung ihres letzten Album "The Love Movement", gaben sie ausverkaufte Konzerte quer durch die USA. Rapaport begleitet die Band (bestehend aus Q-Tip, Phife Dawg, Ali Shaheed Muhammad und Jarobi White) auf Tour und fängt Momente ein, die zeigen wie schmal der Grat ihrer Gemeinsamkeiten geworden ist und was in jenen Momenten für diese langjährigen Freunde und Kollegen auf dem Spiel steht. Der legendäre DJ Red Alert, Monie Love, The Jungle Brothers, Busta Rhymes und De La Soul erzählen die Geschichte einer jungen HipHop Band, die nach künstlerischer Freiheit suchte und mit den Klischees und negativen Stereotypen des Gangster Rap brechen wollte. Ihr einzigartiger Zugang zur Musik sollte den Hip Hop auf Jahre hin beeinflussen und verändern.
11 Jun 2012
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In hun muzikale loopbaan van slechts acht jaar wist de groep vijf albums uit te brengen die ofwel goud ofwel platina status bereikten. A Tribe Called Quest was commercieel zeer succesvol en artistiek erg invloedrijk, en werd beschouwd als pionier binnen de hiphopwereld. Het plotselinge uiteenvallen van de groep in 1998 was een schok voor zowel de muziekindustrie als de grote schare fans. Michael Rapaport, zelf een groot fan, gaat in 2008 mee op tour met A Tribe Called Quest, wanneer de band in het kader van een reünie een reeks uitverkochte concerten geeft in de Verenigde Staten, tien jaar na de release van hun laatste album. Tijdens zijn reis met de bandleden (Q-Tip, Phife Dawg, Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Jarobi White) legt Rapaport vast hoe moeilijk hun onderlinge relatie is geworden en hoe hun persoonlijke verschillen en conflicten een schaduw werpen op hun creatieve samenwerking. Wanneer groeiende spanningen voor een uitbarsting zorgen tijdens een show in San Francisco, krijgen we inzicht in wat er op het spel staat voor de jeugdvrienden en collega’s en welke creatieve en persoonlijke reis ze als een band hebben afgelegd. Als geboren New Yorker en hiphopliefhebber kan Rapaport intieme, ongecensureerde interviews houden met de bandleden, wat zorgt voor een cinéma vérité-stijl van filmmaken. Hierdoor is hij in staat om een gesprek te beginnen met de leden van A Tribe Called Quest om te zien of er een mogelijkheid bestaat om de oude wonden binnen de band te helen.
19 Jan 2012
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De La Soul - Me, Myself And I Link to the Official Old School Hip Hop page on facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Old.School.Hip.Hop.Official "Me Myself and I" is a single by De La Soul, released in 1989. It established the group's characteristic style of combining hip hop with humor and social commentary. The group's frustration concerning their forced-upon hippie label is addressed in the typically dry humor which became the De La Soul trademark. It was the group's only number one on the U.S. R&B chart. The song also topped the U.S. Club Play chart. The song's number 1 position in The Netherlands was spurred by the VPRO television station, who made a documentary about De La Soul after meeting them when they were still unknown. The record label Indisc acquired the local rights from Tommy Boy Records, and immediately seized the opportunity to release the song as a single. This song is included in The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame's 500 Songs that Shaped Rock and Roll. It is also used in the video games NBA Street V3 and NCAA Football 06. It ranked number 46 on VH1's 100 Greatest Songs of Hip Hop. The song was used in the opening scene for the season 5 finale of the HBO original series Entourage. A music video was filmed for the song beginning with De La Soul in a guidance counselor's office, lamenting that they have to take a class taught by Professor Defbeat, followed by a short message by Prince Paul, who states, "if you take three glasses of water and put food coloring in them, you have many different colors, but it's still the same old water." The video then presents Trugoy, Posdnuos and Maseo entering a high school class taught by Professor Defbeat, who teaches his students the image-driven, mainstream style of hip-hop. Throughout the video, Posdnous, Maceo, and Trugoy are teased by their fellow students and punished by Professor Defbeat for sporting a unique style instead of conforming to the more popular hip hop image. These students are dressed in the stereotypical rap gear: gold medallions, sunglasses, leather jackets, expensive sneakers, jogging suits, baseball caps worn backwards, etc. At the end of the video, mirror images of the three De La Soul members appear from the back of the class, each sporting a T-shirt that reads "Mirror Mirror". Each "Mirror Mirror" image gives their respective counterpart a school pass allowing them to get out of Professor Defbeat's class. Together, the trio leave their desks, throw their slips in Professor Defbeat's face, and leave the classroom. The video also contains brief cameos from A Tribe Called Quest's Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, along with a brief cameo from Randee of the Redwoods, a comedic hippie character made famous in promotional spots created by MTV in the late 1980s. He is seen during the part of the video where Posdnous says "You say Plug One and Two are hippies/No we're not, that's pure Plug bull". Randee is portrayed by actor/comedian Jim Turner.
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https://www.facebook.com/GettsBeats https://soundcloud.com/GettsBeats Simple Instrumental, Dope Instrumental, Amazing Instrumental, Fresh Instrumental, Nice Instrumental, Freestyle Instrumental, FL Studio Instrumental, New Instrumental, Instrumental 2013, Instrumental Music, Background Music, New Music 2013, Hip-Hop Instrumental, Rap Instrumental, Best Instrumental, Clean Instrumental, Fast Instrumental, Artist Type Instrumental, Beat Instrumental • 50 Cent • A.B. Quintanilla • A.L.T. • A+ • Aceyalone • Adam Horovitz • Adam Yauch • Adina Howard • ADL • Aesop Rock • Afrob • Afroman • Ahmad • Akhenaton • Akir • Akrobatik • Ali Shaheed Muhammad • Ali Vegas • Allen Iverson • AMG • Andre • Andre Nickatina • Anquette • Ant Banks • Apl.de.ap • Arabian Prince • Arecee • Armand Navabi • Asher D • Attrell Cordes • AZ • B.G. Knocc Out • B.U.G. Mafia • Baba Sehgal • Babs • Baby • Baby Cham • Baby D • Bahamadia • Baron • Beanie Sigel • Beans • Benzino • Big Bank Hank • Big Boi • Big Boy • Big Daddy Kane • Big Gipp • Big L • Big Lokote • Big Noyd • Big Pun • Big Syke • Bigg Jus • Biggie • Birdman • Bitza • Biz Markie • Bizarre • Bizzy Bone • Black Rob • Black Thought • Blade • Blade Icewood • Blak Twang • Blaze Ya Dead Homie • Blinky Blink • Blood of Abraham • Bloodshed • Blu Davinci • Blueprint • Bobby McIntosh • Bone Crusher • Bootie Brown • Bow Wow • Brainpower • Braintax • Brotha Lynch Hung • Brother Ali • Brother E • Bruce B • Bubba Sparxxx • Buck 65 • Bugz • Bun B • Busdriver • Bushido • Bushwick Bill • Busta Rhymes • Busy Bee Starski • C Miller • C-Bo • C-Rayz Walz • Caddillac Tah • Cage Kennylz • Cam'ron • Camoflauge • Canibus • Cappadonna • Captain Rapp • Carlos Leal • Cassidy • Caushun • Cee-Lo • Chali 2na • Chamillionaire • Charli Baltimore • Cheryl James • Chester P • Chief Xcel • Chingo Bling • Chingy • Chino XL • Choclair • Chopper Young City • Chris Ward • Christopher "Kid" Reid • Chuck D • Chyna Whyte • City Spud • CL Smooth • Clarence Holmes • Classified • Cli-N-Tel • Clueso • Common • Consequence • Cool C • Cool James • Coolio • Copywrite • Cormega • Cory Gunz • Craig Mack • Crooked I • Cuban Link • Curse • Cyssero • D-Flame • D-Nice • Da Brat • Daddy Freddy • Dan Maynes-Aminzade • Darryl McDaniels • David Banner • David Faustino • Daz Dillinger • Death Threat • Deacon the Villain • Dee Dee Ramone • Def Jef • Defari • Dei Hamo • Del • Demon Boyz • Derek B • Deric Angelettie • Despot • Detsl • Devin The Dude • Devon • Diam's • Dirty Red • Diverse • Divine Styler • Dizzee Rascal • DJ Hurricane • DJ Laz • DJ Paul • Dj Quik • DJ Static • DMX • Doc Gynéco • Dontcha • Doseone • Doug E. Fresh • Dozia Slim • Dr. Dre • Dr. Rock • Drag On • Drake • Dre Dogg • Dresta • E-40 • Eazy E • Eminem • Eve • Fat Joe • Fergie • Foxy Brown • Freeway • Ghostface • Gorilla Zoe • Gudda Gudda • Guru • Ice Cube • Immortal Technique • J-Live • Jadakiss • Jae Millz • Ja Rule • Jay Z • Jin • Joe Budden • Joell Ortiz • Juelz Santana • Juice • KiD CuDi • Kanye West • Killa Cam • Killah Priest • Kno • Kool G Rap • Krayzie Bone • KRS-One • Kurupt • Lauryn Hill • Lil Chuckee • Lil Flip • Lil Kim • Lil Wayne • LL Cool J • Lloyd Banks • Loaded Lux • Ludacris • Lupe Fiasco • Mac Dre • Mack Maine • Masta Ace • Machine Gun Kelly (MGK) • MC Lyte • Mc Shan • Meek Mill • Method Man • Mike Shinoda • Missy Elliot • Mobb Deep • Mos Def • Mr. SoS • Murda Mase • Murda Mook • Murs • Nas • Natti • Nicki Minaj • Nine • Obie Trice • OutKast • Pharoahe Monch • Pitbull • Planet Asia • Q-Tip • Queen Latifah • Rakim • Rappin' Tay • Ras Kass • Redman • Rick Ross • Roxanne Shanté • Royce da 5'9" • Sage Francis • Saigon • Salt-n-Pepa • Scarface • Serius Jones • Shyne • Slick Rick • Snoop Dogg • Spice 1 • Styles P • T.I. • Talib Kweli • Tech N9ne • The D.O.C. • The Game • The Notorious B.I.G. • Thirstin Howl III • Tonedeff • Too $hort • Trina • T-Streetz • Tupac Shakur • Twista • Tyga • Uncle Murda • Vinnie Paz • Warren G • Ya Boy • Young Buck • Young Zee • Yukmouth • Z-Ro
29 Jan 2014
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A Tribe Called Quest consists of four members: Phife Dawg, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Q-Tip and Jarobi. A, E, I, O, U, and sometimes Y. Midnight Marauders is the third album by hip hop group A Tribe Called Quest, released November 9, 1993 on Jive Records. It was released just two years after A Tribe Called Quest's second album, The Low End Theory, and reached #1 on the R&B/HipHop Charts and #8 on the Billboard 200 in 1993. This is one of my favorite Hip Hop albums of all time. Q-Tip with his funky production and the back and forth witty rhymes from Phife Dawg & Tip himself. The album must be listened from front to back. Smoke a blunt, chill with your friends, and listen to this album. 7 times out of 10, we listen to our music at night. 0:00 - Midnight Marauders Tour Guide 0:46 - Steve Biko (Stir It Up) 3:57 - Award Tour 7:44 - 8 Million Stories 12:06 - Sucka Nigga 16:11 - Midnight 20:36 - We Can Get Down 24:55 - Electric Relaxation 28:59 - Clap Your Hands 32:15 - Oh My God 35:46 - Keep It Rollin' 38:52 - The Chase, Part II 42:55 - Lyrics to Go 47:04 - God Lives Through I do not own any consent of this video. Buy Midnight Marauders Here : https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/midnight-marauders/id265670545 Jive Records Instagram: mellowwithganja Twitter: twitter.com/mellowwithganja Subscribe : http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=mellowwithganja
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A Tribe Called Quest was an American hip hop group, formed in 1985.[1] It was composed of rapper/producer Q-Tip (Kamaal Ibn John Fareed, formerly Jonathan Davis), rapper Phife Dawg (Malik Taylor), and DJ/producer Ali Shaheed Muhammad. A fourth member, rapper Jarobi White, left the group after their first album but appears to have rejoined the group since 2006. Along with De La Soul, the group was a central part of the Native Tongues Posse, and enjoyed the most commercial success out of all the groups to emerge from that collective. Their innovative fusing of hip hop and jazz has had a lasting impact on hip hop music, helping to expand the art of hip hop production. Many of their songs, such as "Bonita Applebum", "Can I Kick It?", "I Left My Wallet in El Segundo", "Scenario", "Check the Rhime", "Jazz (We've Got)", "Award Tour", Sucka Nigga and "Electric Relaxation" are regarded as classics of the genre. They released five albums in eight years time (the first one being in 1990 and the last one in 1998), the first three of which were very highly acclaimed, and disbanded in 1998. In 2006, the group reunited and toured the U.S., and planned to release an album after some works in the studio. The group is regarded as iconic pioneers of alternative hip hop music, having helped to pave the way for innovative hip-hop artists.[2] Allmusic calls them "the most intelligent, artistic rap group during the 1990s".[3] In 2005, A Tribe Called Quest received a Special Achievement Award at the Billboard R&B Hip-Hop Awards in Atlanta.[4] In 2007, the group was formally honored at the 4th VH1 Hip Hop Honors.
22 Dec 2012
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This is an Awesome tune High Quality DVD Version - Gehric B Dance Tonight is the debut single from R&B group Lucy Pearl and the first single taken from their debut self-titled album. The single reached number 36 on the Hot 100 and the UK singles chart. This single is a soundtrack from Love & Basketball Film. It was nominated to Best R&B Vocal Performance by a Duo or Group in the 43rd Grammy Awards (2001), but lost to Destiny Child's "Say My Name" Lucy Pearl was an R&B supergroup formed in 1999, as the brainchild of former Tony! Toni! Toné! member Raphael Saadiq and D'Angelo. However, D'Angelo backed out of the group due to scheduling conflicts. The other members of Lucy Pearl were Dawn Robinson (Of En Vogue) and Ali Shaheed Muhammad (formerly of A Tribe Called Quest).
14 Nov 2012
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Buy on iTunes: http://bit.ly/mmKck4 Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/unidiscmusic Hip-hop/urban soul supergroup Lucy Pearl was formed in the summer of 1999 as the brainchild of Tony! Toni! Toné multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Raphael Saadiq (formerly known as Raphael Wiggins), who left the band he co-founded with his brother D'Wayne in 1998. Saadiq first contacted DJ Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest, which had disbanded after their 1998 LP The Love Movement, and then ex-En Vogue member Dawn Robinson, who had originally departed that group for a solo career in 1997 but jumped at the chance to work with Saadiq and Muhammad. Relying a great deal on live instrumentation in addition to samples and turntable work (Muhammad even plays bass and guitar), Lucy Pearl issued its self-titled debut album in the spring of 2000.
13 Nov 2011
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From the movie Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest - Ali Shaheed Muhammad talks about discovering the intoxicating power of hip-hop when DJ’s began setting up sound systems in the schoolyard directly across from his childhood home.
13 Jul 2011
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From the movie Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest - Phife Dawg and Ali Shaheed Muhammad discuss their individual reactions and opinions regarding the break up of A Tribe Called Quest.
9 Jul 2011
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Hip-hop/urban soul supergroup Lucy Pearl was formed in the summer of 1999 as the brainchild of Tony! Toni! Toné multi-instrumentalist and vocalist Raphael Saadiq (formerly known as Raphael Wiggins), who left the band he co-founded with his brother D'Wayne in 1998. Saadiq first contacted DJ Ali Shaheed Muhammad of A Tribe Called Quest, which had disbanded after their 1998 LP The Love Movement, and then ex-En Vogue member Dawn Robinson, who had originally departed that group for a solo career in 1997 but jumped at the chance to work with Saadiq and Muhammad. Relying a great deal on live instrumentation in addition to samples and turntable work (Muhammad even plays bass and guitar), Lucy Pearl issued its self-titled debut album in the spring of 2000.
4 Feb 2011
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A Tribe Called Quest - Beats, Rhymes and Life - Mind Power (1996). Produced By Ali Shaheed Muhammad.
27 Feb 2009
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