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Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest


Category: Documentary
All Genres: Documentary, Music
Release Year: 2011
Country: USA
Runtime: 95
Rating: (0)
Languages: English
Director: Michael Rapaport
Sound: Dolby Digital, SDDS
Taglines:

  • Is your boss a slave-driving psycho?
  • Is your boss a total sleazy tool?
  • Is your boss a sex crazed maneater?
  • Meet your new murder consultant.
  • Ever wish your boss were dead?
  • Touchy Feely Boss
  • Completely Incompetent Boss
  • Crazy Psycho Boss

  • Writing by: Michael Markowitz – (screenplay) and
    John Francis Daley – (screenplay) &
    Jonathan M. Goldstein – (screenplay) (as Jonathan Goldstein)
    Michael Markowitz – (story)

    Produced by: A Tribe Called Quest – producer
    Justin Alvarado-Brown – co-producer
    Robert Benavides – producer
    Niraj Bhatia – executive producer
    Dan Burks – executive producer
    Zack Free – executive producer
    Debra Koffler – producer
    Rémy Martin – executive producer
    Eric Matthies – producer
    Frank Mele – producer
    Edward Parks – producer
    Monica J. Talavera – associate producer
    Robert Teitel – producer
    Qiana Wallace – associate producer
    Rachel Ward – associate producer
    Erika Williams – co-producer

    Cast: Mary J. Blige – Herself
    Common – Himself
    Mike D – Himself
    Phife Dawg – Himself
    De La Soul – Themselves
    Mos Def – Himself
    Adam Horovitz – Himself
    Ghostface Killah – Himself
    Ludacris – Himself
    Angie Martinez – Herself
    Ali Shaheed Muhammad – Himself

    Music: Dickon Hinchliffe
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    Plot Outline:

    Having forged a 20-year run as one of the most innovative and influential hip hop bands of all time…
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    Plot: Having forged a 20-year run as one of the most innovative and influential hip hop bands of all time, the Queens NY collective known as 'A Tribe Called Quest' have kept a generation hungry for more of their groundbreaking music since their much publicized breakup in 1998. Michael Rapaport documents the inner workings and behind the scenes drama that follows the band to this day. He explores what's next for, what many claim, are the pioneers of alternative rap.

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