Ham ‘n’ Eggs
Peoples Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm
The Low End Theory / Midnight Marauders
The New York genius that simply breathe street into their sound; to define the term, breathe street, focus of this piece will draw on the vibe and feel of the hip-hop innovators.
A Tribe Called Quest demonstrate records that are simply clever, a vibe fabricates uniformly with each song, and its perfect pure motion, not a lot of bands/artists have records that possess such fluidity. In regards to their flow, I spend a lot of time commuting from a to b skateboarding and these guys are regular pick for my trips. This is when I find myself seemingly associating the sights and the city grips with this prepossessing stream they evoke, there’s an unexplainable interaction of some kind, the sound of A Tribe Called Quest is compellingly raw. There’s strong flurry’s of excitement in tracks that just pass invitation to act out in some way, others just refresh stripped down habitual hip-hop credentials… ‘Jazz (We’ve Got)’ please. Another factor to Tribe that’s admirable is their coerce spirit that they inject into their sound, and rather than embrace violence in lyrics , they talk about fucking real life and its thought about, skilfully communicated and mindful. The inventive greatness of hip-hop.
Note, ‘We Can Get Down’ and ‘Sucka Nigga’
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