A Tribe Called Quest Album Features André 3000, Kendrick, Jack White, More
We Got It From Here, Thank You for Your Service has all four Tribe members, Elton John, and Busta Rhymes
Picture credits :
Q-Tip (Johnny Nunez/WireImage),
Jack White (Andrew Lipovsky/NBC/NBCU Photo Bank via Getty Images)
Kendrick Lamar (Gary Miller/FilmMagic),
André 3000 (Prince Williams/WireImage)
Q-Tip recently posted a Facebook note, announcing a new Tribe Called Quest album would be out November 11. Now, in a new interview with The New York Times, Q-Tip and Jarobi White have revealed the title, as well as a slew of high-profile guests.
The record is called We Got It From Here, Thank You for Your Service, and it features André 3000, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, Elton John, and Busta Rhymes; Q-Tip had previously said Consequence is on the album, too. All four of Tribe’s members, including the late Phife Dawg, appear on We Got It From Here, which is out via Epic Records. All of the recording sessions took place at Q-Tip’s studio in his New Jersey home.
In the story, Q-Tip explained that he learned Jack White was a Tribe fan when he asked to perform “Excursions” at a show. “It’s one of those scenarios where we’re so excited to finally get to work together that it was exploding in a whole different direction,” he said.
According to Q-Tip, White did not bring any of his own gear to record: “He just took a guitar off the wall and plugged it in and just got his wizard on.” Read the full feature here.
Back in April, Chris Rock had posted a photo on Instagram with Jarobi White, Jack White, André 3000, Dave Chappelle, and D-Nice. He had said they were working on André’s album.
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