Best A Tribe Called Quest SongsQ-Tip, Phife Dawg, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, and occasionally Jarobi White. Those four formed what is easily one of the best groups in hip-hop/rap history, if not THE best. Known for their jazzy beats and intellect, what's your favorite song by A Tribe Called Quest
No matter wot this the best Absolutely song who made A tribe Called quest's big point to move on, and look forward in their most precise moment of Rapin' life.
One of the very greatest Rap songs I've heard with the greatest lyrical content bros.
Can I kick it should be 2 simply I don't like Electric Relaxation but Scenario is the best ATCQ Song!
Great song with one of the coolest rap lyrical contents.
How is not first...?
Seriously, this song is one of the best songs because it has that Rap Jazz sensation that not even a song named ''jazz (We've Got)'' has.
Better than Scenario, and more probably and is one of the best Hip Hop songs ever made !
My dad went so far as to say this is the best rap song he's ever heard. That's saying a lot!
Great, better than Electric Relaxation, be this silver medal!
"Award Tour" is a song by A Tribe Called Quest, released as the first single from their third album Midnight Marauders. It features rapper Trugoy on the chorus, from the fellow Native Tongues group De La Soul. It contains a sample of "We Gettin' Down" by Weldon Irvine, from his 1975 album Spirit Man. The B-side of the single is the original version of the Midnight Marauders track "The Chase, Pt. 2", which notably features the first known verse by future Tribe collaborator Consequence. The song remains Tribe's highest charting single to date, experiencing large success in America and overseas.
Not the best song ever, it sounds mediocre, but should be the best ATCQ song!
This is There best song of All-Time to be honest!
Not only the best, is divine as heaven is too.
"Microphone check, one, two what is this? "
Phife just makes this one of my favourite Tribe songs, R.I.P.
The quintessential Jazz rap joint. Too smooth.
Underrated single from their BR&L album. Simple message, asks us to relate and has great bars delivered to your eardrums. My favourite ATCQ song in my opinion!
Can't beat that Ron Carter bassline...