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Speaking of A Tribe Called Quest

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I'm not sure how Lupe Fiasco could claim he's never listened to A Tribe Called Quest before, but the more

I think about it, the more ridiculous it sounds. That's like Norah Jones saying she's never listened to Billie Holiday. Or Interpol claiming they were never interested in Joy Division. Give me a flipping break. Dude definitely needs a late pass for his hip-hop history class.

Considering, we hear that Lupe is a big CrossFade fan, we'll be glad to help him out. Here's a video from one of hip-hop's most innovative and jazzed out group's to start off the morning. --Jonathan Cunningham

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