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A Tribe Called Quest (Love)

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Stretch out ya legs let me make ya bald/drive ya insane, drive ya up the wall.

Man, I miss when they used to shoot hip-hop videos in black and white. Last time I spoke with Phife Dawg, he confirmed that Tribe was working on a brand new album, though the release date isn't quite confirmed yet. We'll keep you posted if any news emerges on that tip, but in the mean time, here's something for all the Tribe lovers...and no, we're not talking about the Seminoles --Jonathan Cunningham

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