In the twenty or so years since the days of the Stretch mobile, there has not been a time where I've heard a Tribe song, especially a Phife Dawg verse, and not thought of my dad, and that tan Corolla. And I don't think there ever will be.
The sounds of the world are just that, and Saltarello's haunting harmonies from the Middle-Ages crossing into contemporary compositions, threw us into their Northern French Canadian region of Abitibi, cold and far, far away!
Despite all the controversy fueled by the Grammys' elimination of categories largely received by people of color, there are a couple reasons why we can't be fully mad at the biggest award show in the music industry.
PostBourgie is joined by Jay Smooth, Donwill of the hip-hop group Tanya Morgan, and Wyatt Cenac of The Daily Show, to talk about Michael Rapaport's documentary on A Tribe Called Quest, Beats Rhymes and Life.
It's not just the thought that counts; it's the overview of how each year we repeat the journey home. And on the return -- our jeans a little tighter, the déjà vu unpleasantries of travel; all a mere blip, as in the end we still do anything to come home to our loved ones.