Last Friday (Nov. 18), A Tribe Called Quest spent time with CRWN creator Elliott Wilson to discuss their triumphant return to hip-hop with their No. 1 album We Got It from Here... Thank You 4 Your Service.
New York City's Webster Hall housed the legendary crew -- comprised of Q-Tip, Jarobi White and close Tribe collaborators Busta Rhymes and Consequence -- as they dived into a slew of topics ranging from Puff Daddy's No Way Out making them contemplate retirement, the late Phife Dawg inspiring Jarobi during the creative process for We Got It From Here, and Rhymes touching on his life-long relationship with the Tribe.
"When Puff went platinum with No Way Out that’s when we were like, 'This might be it.' That’s when we really realized that everything was changing," says Q-Tip during the interview.