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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    18 years later and well worth the wait…

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    Clint
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    As a lifelong ATCQ fan, I held off hope that perhaps they'd release that one final album they were under contract for with Jive Records. With the years gone by, with false alarm announcements or general anticipation, one skepticized that the hype surrounding its release would far outshine an album itself. Then in early 2016 when Phife sadly succumbed to his diabetes, that hope seemed all but lost. Then surprisingly in late October, Q-Tip announced the release of that new album a mere two weeks later! Now after 18 years with the CD finally in my hands was it worth the wait? Absolutely. I cannot put in a review how a lone album can encompass 18 years of anticipation and hype, but nothing is lost on the album; not even with the passing of Phife. In fact, there was a lot more of his presence on the album than I would have expected, including a couple tracks his bandmates made in memoriam. Still the stellar production by Q-Tip & Ali. Even Jarobi, who has never rapped on their prior albums, shows some incredible flows alongside Tip, Busta Rhymes, Consequence, André 3000, & Kendrick Lamar. I never wanted this album to end, so I think I'll keep it on repeat over the next 18 years. ATCQ forever…

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Just what the hip hop world needed right now

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    GamerDad
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    My lord. What a fun album! Offbeat, hyper-relevant, huge range of talent featured on this album, I mean what's not to like? If you're a Tribe fan, or a true fan of lyrical, creative hip-hop, this is your album. Old school attitude with semi-new school feels, while still keeping beats raw and original. According to sources, the arrangements that Q-Tip made with each contributor on the album was that they had to come to Tip's studio to not only lay the track in person, but they had to write their rhymes there. So it lends itself to a bigger collaborative effort. Andre 3000, Talib Kweli, Jack White, Kendrick Lamar, Common, Busta Rhymes, and Consequence among others. This album is charged. Socially, lyrically, politically and just overall. Give it a listen with an open mind and an understanding for who made this album, how it was made and what it represents. It's a powerful and much-needed statement for Hip Hop in a time where the genre needs it most. RIP Phife Dawg. Making this album was some of his final efforts on this Earth.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    OMG! I can't believe it happened

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    Bfam603
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    I have been a ATCQ fan since I was a kid. It broke my heart when they disbanded. For years I hoped that they would bless us with another album. As the years progressed my faith and hope diminished. The final nail in the coffin was when Phife passed away (R.I.P.). So when it was announced that there would be a final album I will admit I was torn. I was happy for the album but I wasn't sure I get over Phife not being there. I gave it a listen and I must say that I have not put it down. Since it's initial release on streaming services I have been listening to some part of it every day. And when it was released in stores I ran to purchase it. You will not be disappointed. I promise!

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Tribe delivers another classic

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    AMproductions
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    ATCQ came out of nowhere to save hip hop. Luckily Tribe had this album already in the works before Phife's passing. Lyrically, there's a little bit of rust. That's definitely understandable since it had been 16 years since ATCQ last released an album. Jarobi picks up the slack in Phife's absence. Jarobi, Tip, and Anderson Paak shine on 'moving backwards', one of the albums highlights. There's plenty of other goodies on here as well. 'We the people', 'The Donald', and 'killing season' come to mind. While this isn't a classic in the same vein as 'low end theory' or 'midnight mauraders', it still serves as a reminder as to what real hip hop sounds like.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Another classic LP from some true Legends of Hip H

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    Simmons
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    After a 18 year hiatus A Tribe Called Quest return with what turns out to a posthumous album due to the lost of the legendary MC and group member Phife Dawg. Due to his untimely death in March what was to be a celebration for hip hop becomes a celebration of life and home going for hip hop. This is one incredible album put together by the super talented Q-Tip, Jaharbi, and Ali-Shaheed Muhammad. With guest appearances from the greatest rapper alive Andre 3000, to Kendrick Lamar, Busta Rhymes, Talib Kweli, and Consequence this album shapes up to become pure perfection. I recommend this to true hip hop heads and lovers of great music. Rest in Peace Phife Dawg

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Instant Vintage

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    IndigoBlues
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    It goes without saying that ATCQ was a major player in the scope of Hip-Hop during it's "Golden Era". After being gone from the scene for so long, as a group, it is AMAZING to hear how remarkably flawless this album sounds. Considering the passing of Phife Dawg, his presence on the album doesn't sound forced. Q-Tip's ear for production hasn't lost its head-nodding touch either. I could go on and on about how ATCQ is one of the greatest groups in rap history, but for those that already know their track record, its not hard understand that this album only further solidifies that claim.

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  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    Tribe is back!

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    KennedyFriedPatron
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    This is the album that Hip Hop needed for the dreary 2016 election season. Despite Phife Dawg's unfortunate passing in 2016, Tribe reunited and enlisted the help of affiliates Consequence and Busta Rhymes and former group member Jarobi, to craft a classic Tribe album with modern sensibilities. Social issues, politics, Phife's life, relationships- lots of ground is covered on this project. Special guests include legends like Andre 3000 and Elton John as well as relative newcomers like Kendrick Lamar and Anderson .Paak. This is an album that old school Tribe fans will love as well as younger fans. A must cop.

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  • Rating: 3 out of 5 stars

    A Tribe Called Quest - We Go It from here...thank

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    Dequinox
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    This is the final installment of the legacy ATCQ series of albums. The lyrics are great the music is good but not the best considering this is a Tribe record. Whole there are no Dilla-produced tracks on this release, there seems to be a miss on the musical vibe of this project. It sounds like another Kamaal the abstract album featuring Tribe; Jarobi's lyrical appearance does not add value value, yet Consequence and Busta Rhymes bring needed support to make this album package solid. Overall we are all going to support this release because of who and what this group has done for hip hop, period. Long live, ATCQ.

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