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A Tribe Called Quest Speaks On Their Grammy Snub

A Tribe Called Quest Speaks On Their Grammy Snub

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Today A Tribe Called Quest members Ali Shaheed Muhammed and Consequence had a conversation with Sway where they discussed their feelings about being snubbed at the Grammy awards. This comes after they released their first album in 18 years “We Got It From Here, Thank You For Your Service.”

Consequence  shared his thoughts saying, “Just to be honest with y’all, I thought we was going home with the statue.”

Ali Shaheed Muhammed added his thoughts saying,  “To say that the group performed and that should be your consolation prize, I think is very disrespectful to the art that you put forth.

Consequence went on to say “Anybody who comes back 18 years after a hiatus and performs the year before, naturally you would assume that I should have something on my mantle in 12 months.”

Do you think A Tribe Called Quest should have won a Grammy for We Got It From Here, Thank You For Your Service? Let us know in the comments. 

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