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A Million Times - Q-Tip - Live At The Renaissance

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  1. Q-Tip's first solo effort after the group's split is a solid project. It went for a completely different vibe, this time more focusing on a more club/mainstream sound and he pulled it off really well. Q-Tip brings the same level of lyricism as on most of Tribe's work and he and Dilla made some amazing produced beats to accompany it with.
  2. The album cover art features Q-Tip in a silver suit holding an MPCXL in front of his face. Release and promotion. Following Q-Tip's nine-year hiatus from releasing studio material on a label, The Renaissance was released November 3 in the United Kingdom and November 4, in the United States on Universal dance.shalilacebludconjurorlawyn.infoinfo: Hip hop.
  3. Q-Tip ‎– Live At The Renaissance Label: Motown (2) ‎– B A Million Times: D3: Barely In Love: This is not an official release but a bootleg pressing with some of the songs released later as alternate versions on Q-Tip's album "The Renaissance", partly with different track titles/5(6).
  4. Download Q-Tip Live At The Renaissance mp3 album. Live At The Renaissance high quality complete mp3 album.
  5. View Q-Tip song lyrics by popularity along with songs featured in, albums, videos and song meanings. We have 3 albums and 45 song lyrics in our database.
  6. Sep 18,  · Q-Tip; Kamaal the Abstract. evident on opener "Feelin'" or "A Million Times", which are unafraid to eschew pop song structure to get at the meat of /
  7. Q-Tip returned in with "The Renaissance", his first album in nine years. This album had been in the making since , under it's original titles "Open" and "Live At The Renaissance". Two songs were released in that time, "Work It Out" and "The Fever"- neither of which made it on the album, but the official first single "Gettin' Up" did/5().
  8. Oct 10,  · It would be a little too reductive to just call this album "a blast," but it's a blast - and one you can imagine having in a room full of artists and musicians. If the rapping weren't so intricate (when Q Tip raps at all, that is), you'd swear you were hearing the mustic of Kamaal The Abstract at a particularly great jazz festival/5(41).

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