Phife Dawg Planned to Release Two Projects in 2016

(Radio.com) The news of rapper Phife Dawg's passing is still sending shock waves through the hip-hop community. Before his untimely death, due to complications with diabetes, the A Tribe Called Quest member planned to drop two different musical projects in 2016.

Phife revealed his plans to Rolling Stone in November of last year. He was working on an EP called Give Thanks that featured production from the likes of 9th Wonder and Nottz.

Phife was also hard at work on a full-length album called Muttymorphosis. The album was "basically [Phife's] life story" in audio form. The legendary rhymer also shared his thoughts on living with diabetes to the mag. Read more here.

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