Melloe Won of White Label Radio sits down with Phife Dawg for an exclusive candid interview. The legendary artist gets comfortable and discusses his history with A Tribe Called Quest and breaks down some of the group’s most classic albums. Phife Dawg also shares with viewers details on how he learned to write music and rap. Watch as the Queens native breaks down how Q-Tip suffered a major punch to the face after jumping into a fight to defend Prince Po (Organized Konfusion) from Wreckx-N-Effect affiliates and much more.
Filmed by Luie C. of Collective State TV for White Label Radio on September 4, 2014.
A Tribe Called Quest’s Phife Dawg sits down for a Q&A session with OkayPlayer TV for the latest episode of “The Questions.” Cameras catch up with the rap veteran following his recent performance alongside Q-Tip for Kanye West’s “Yeezus” tour. Phife speaks on his cooking skills compared to Jarobi’s, shares the craziest rumor he’s ever heard about himself, his most recent favorite moment performing on tour with Kanye and more. Take a look as Phife Dawg also gives his top three funky diabetics, reveals his last three album purchases, touches on his upcoming “Dear Dilla” single and his new album MuTTYmorPHosis.
On Wednesday, A Tribe Called Quest joined Kanye West on his “Yeezus” tour in Brooklyn at the Barclay’s Center. Fans in attendance were treated to a special performance as Busta Rhymes surprised fans and came out during Tribe’s live rendition of their classic song “Scenario.” Unfortunately, Busta’s microphone fell victim to some unforeseen technical difficulties. Check out how it all went down as Kanye’s tour picks back up and hits the road.
ATCQ and Prince recently hit the stage at SXSW and gave fans a night to remember at Samsung’s #TheNextBigThing concert. Check out the clips below provided by MissInfo.TV and read how she describes her experience for that special evening.
I’ve been attending shows since Tuesday, and this was hands down the best show of SXSW (in my opinion). Tribe started it off with all the classics, and the fellas genuinely looked like they were enjoying every minute of their set, which says a lot. Then, there was Prince. Backed by a 22-piece band, the legend was electrifying to say the least, the very least. I’ve never witnessed a show like that before.
He owned every band member, and could read and command each one with a simple look. The man did 6 encores. For anybody who attends rap shows regularly—-a Prince show will change your perspective on concerts.