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A Tribe Called Quest

One of the more "spiritual" hip hop groups, of similar ilk to De La Soul circa 3 Feet High and Rising. Famed for the jazzy nature of their samples. ATCQ are commonly recognised for being a highly intelligent, artistic, and socially-conscious rap outfit. Rather than focusing on material issues and furthering their "street credibility", A Tribe Called Quest used their music as a platform for bringing light to social issues of their race, class standing, and issues within the music industry. To this day they are respected and regarded as pioneers of reflective rap music.

Similar Bands: Jungle Brothers, De La Soul, Common, Q-Tip, The Roots

LPs
The Love Movement
1998

3.1
132 Votes
Beats, Rhymes And Life
1996

3.5
193 Votes
Midnight Marauders
1993

4.4
800 Votes
The Low End Theory
1991

4.4
1,265 Votes
People's Instinctive Travels & The Paths of Rhythm
1990

4.1
403 Votes
Compilations
The Best Of
2008

3.8
2 Votes
The Lost Tribes
2006

3.9
4 Votes
The anthology
1999

4.5
41 Votes

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