Beats, Rhymes and Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest

A Tribe Called Quest has been one of the most commercially successful and artistically significant musical groups in recent history. The band's sudden break-up in 1998 shocked the industry and saddened scores of fans, whose appetite for the group's innovative musical stylings never seem to diminish. This insightful film, directed by actor Michael Rapaport, takes viewers on a behind-the-scenes journey - chronicling the group's rise to fame and revealing the stories behind the tensions which erupted in the years to come. Includes appearances by Mary J. Blige, Common, Beastie Boys, Santigold and Mos Def.

Year: 2011
Genre: Documentaries, Music Capsule, Biography, Film Festivals 2012
Country: USA
Director: Michael Rapaport
Duration: 97 Minutes
Rating: M - Offensive language
Location in store: Music Capsule



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