A Tribe Called Quest Can't Think Of New Album Without Phife Dawg

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(Radio.com) Jarobi says in a new interview with the Play.It podcast Drink Champs that A Tribe Called Quest can't even think about a new album without their late member Phife Dawg.

"I miss my dude," Jarobi says the passing of Phife Dawg. "I'm so f�ing proud because of the f�ing way he went out. He went out spazzing and having fun. It's just funny because a lot of the s� we talk about [on the new album] is real and it's kind of dark and s�. At the same time, this s� don't sound oppressive. It could be a downer and Phife being the n�-a that he was is a big part of the reason the tone was so like it is."

The album, We Got It From Here' Thank You 4 Your Service, their first album since 1998, hit number one on the album charts. Despite that success, Q-Tip says it will be the group's last album.

"You can't even really think about another Tribe [album] without that man," he added. '"hat s� would have to be something else totally different because that man was the motor." Read more here.

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