One of the most prominent figures of rap's golden age, Q-Tip is known most as a co-founding member of A Tribe Called Quest. That group emerged as one of the most popular and progressive acts in all of hip-hop with classic LPs like The Low End Theory (1991) and Midnight Marauders (1993). Q-Tip mounted a solo career with the successful Amplified (1999). A follow-up, Kamaal the Abstract, was not released until seven years after its intended street date and ended up following his second proper album, The Renaissance (2008). Overlooked for his production and collaborative work, Q-Tip's discography also includes contributions to Nas' "One Love," Janet Jackson's "Got 'Til It's Gone," and D'Angelo's Black Messiah. ~ Jason Ankeny
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