A Tribe Called Quest Is Reuniting THIS FRIDAY And Here’s How You Can Stream It Live

By 11.12.15
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This Friday, November 15th, 2015 A Tribe Called Quest will reunited for one night and ONE NIGHT ONLY. I’m guessing at this point you have no chance in hell getting into the show, but YOU CAN watch the performance live and it’s really not all that difficult.

A Tribe Called Quest is made up of Q-Tip, Phife Dawg, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, and Jarobi White and as a group they were active from 1985 until they disbanded in 1998, they got back together from 2006 to 2013 but have been broken up since. This Friday the four men will reunite as the featured musical act on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. So all you need to do to watch (what I consider to be) the greatest hip-hop group of all time is either tune in to Jimmy Fallon on Friday night and/or set your DVR accordingly.

OkayPlayer was the first to report:

Tribe will be the musical guest on Friday, November 13th, and will be commemorating the 25th anniversary re-release of their iconic debut LP People’s Instinctive Travels And The Paths of Rhythm–a package that will include a full remaster of the original record, plus remix tracks from J. Cole, Cee Lo Green and Pharrell. The smart money says that we’ll be treated to one of those tracks (or perhaps an extended funky medley? Can a hip-hop blogger dream?), and with The Legendary Roots Crew occupying the same studio, there’s positively no telling what will end up going down. You can pre-order the People’s Instinctive Travels… anniversary edition on iTunes, and fresh vinyl copies of the original LP are available in the OKP Shop. Listen to Cee Lo’s vibrant “Footprints” remix below.

So, bros, if you’re as stoked as I am for A Tribe Called Quest’s reunion then set your DVR’s NOW!!!! And hit play on this YouTube playlist down below to freshen up on your Q-Tip and Phife Dawg:


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