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A Tribe Called Quest Show Us “We The People….” Aren’t Wanted Here

A Tribe Called Quest Show Us "We The People" Aren't Wanted Here
A Tribe Called Quest recently released their sixth and final album We Got It from Here... Thank You 4 Your Service earlier this month. It's been getting rave reviews and critical acclaim, because it is just that good. The album has guest appearances from André 3000, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, Elton John, Kanye West, Anderson Paak and Talib Kweli. Recently, ATCQ dropped the visuals for one of the album's singles, "We The People....". The song is very relevant today's socio-economic climate here in America. Acknowledging the discrimination as well as disenfranchised all over the country. In the video, Q-Tip is set up inside a warehouse surrounded by microphones. We see people on rooftops, setting up speakers. They're broadcasting the message all over the city. Right before people start fleeing, because as the song says, we're not wanted here. Furthermore, it's just nice to see A Tribe Called Quest back at it again.
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A Tribe Called Quest recently released their sixth and final album We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service earlier this month. It’s been getting rave reviews and critical acclaim, because it is just that good. The album has guest appearances from André 3000, Kendrick Lamar, Jack White, Elton John, Kanye West, Anderson Paak and Talib Kweli. Recently, ATCQ dropped the visuals for one of the album’s singles, “We The People….”.

The song is very relevant today’s socio-economic climate here in America. Acknowledging the discrimination as well as disenfranchised all over the country. In the video, Q-Tip is set up inside a warehouse surrounded by microphones. We see people on rooftops, setting up speakers. They’re broadcasting the message all over the city. Right before people start fleeing, because as the song says, we’re not wanted here. Furthermore, it’s just nice to see A Tribe Called Quest back at it again.

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