Tag Archives: Jarobi

New Joint – A Tribe Called Quest

A Tribe Called Quest – “The Space Program” (@ATCQ / 2018)

This final music video from one of the greatest groups of all-time dropped via Apple earlier in the year but is now available on YouTube – like so many Hip-Hop heads who grew-up with Tribe I have countless memories attached to their music – peace and thanks to Q-Tip, Ali-Shaheed, Jarobi and Phife (RIP).

New Joint – MidCentury Modern / Evitan


MidCentury Modern ft. Evitan – “Mad Men” (@Illect / 2016)

Sintax The Terrific and Rheomatic call on the timeless talents of Native Tongue legends Dres and Jarobi for this cut off their forthcoming album “The Goodness”.


New Joint – A Tribe Called Quest

A Tribe Called Quest – “We The People…” (@ATCQ / 2016)

Taken from the mighty ATCQ’s triumphant return “We Got It From Here…Thank You 4 Your Service”.

New Joint – evitaN

evitaN – “Higher” (PoolOfGenius.BandCamp.Com / 2016)

Mr. Complex-directed visuals for this Paten Locke-produced head-nodder from Dres and Jarobi.

New Joint – Black Sheep Dres / Jarobi / Yaw

Black Sheep Dres ft. Jarobi & Yaw – “Ain’t No Day The Sun Don’t Shine” (@DresBlackSheep / 2015)

Having recently completed a successful string of tour dates across the UK, the Native Tongues emcee celebrates his return home to New York City by dropping a brand new video filmed by Mr. Complex.

New Joint – Black Sheep Dres / Jarobi / Yaw

Black Sheep Dres ft. Jarobi & Yaw – “Ain’t No Day The Sun Don’t Shine” (@DresBlackSheep / 2015)

New single from the legendary Native Tongues emcee.

New Joint – Jarobi

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Jarobi – “They Dance For Me” (@JarobiWhite / 2014)

The ATCQ member goes looking for his own Bonita Applebum on this hypnotic Cazal Organism-produced track featuring Company Flow’s Mr. Len on the cuts.

The Questions – Jarobi

A Tribe Called Quest’s Jarobi appears on Okayplayer’s “The Questions” to discuss eating ham and eggs, rumours and Phife lyrics.

New Joint – EvitaN

EvitaN – “Speed Of Life” (Pool Of Genius / 2013)

Soulful title track from Dres and Jarobi’s recent collabo project.

New Joint – EvitaN / Craig G

EvitaN ft. Craig G – “Euphoric” (Pool Of Genius / 2012)

Mr. Complex-directed visuals from the Native Tongue duo’s album “Speed Of Life”.

New Joint – evitaN

evitaN – “Hot Damn” (Evitan.Net / 2012)

More Dres / Jarobi flavour produced by DJ Bazooka Joe / Marc Lawrence and taken from the forthcoming album “Speed Of Life”.

New Joint – EvitaN

EvitaN – “Keep Keepin On” (@TheRealEvitaN / 2012)

Dres and Jarobi join forces with KnockSteadyTV to showcase a soulful banger from their forthcoming collabo album “Speed Of Life”.

New Joint – Bazooka Joe / evitaN / Torae

Bazooka Joe ft. evitaN & Torae – “Presence Of Greatness” (SlangParadeMusic.Com / 2012)

Taken from the producer’s album “The Slang Parade” which also features the likes of Craig G, Finsta Bundy, Sadat X and more.

New Joint – evitaN / Sadat X

evitaN ft. Sadat X – “3 Kings” (BumRush Music / 2012)

Dres and Jarobi unite with the mighty Sadat X for some Will Tell-produced golden-era goodness from their forthcoming album “Speed Of Life”.

New Joint – evitaN (Dres & Jarobi)

evitaN (Dres & Jaobi) – “Who Is This” (BumRush Music / 2012)

More honest down-to-earth lyricism from the Native Tongue duo on this upbeat track produced by Seattle’s BeanOne.

New Joint – Evitan (Jarobi & Dres)

Evitan (Jarobi & Dres) – “Give It To Me” (BumRush Music / 2012)

The Native Tongue members drop some lyrical food for thought on this gritty track from their upcoming collabo project.

New Joint – EVITAN (Dres & Jarobi)

EVITAN (Dres & Jarobi) – “P.T.I. (Occupy Wall Street)” (BumRush Music / 2011)

Following the recent video for this track containing news footage of the Occupy Wall Street protest, Dres and Jarobi drop this official clip featuring the pair hitting the streets to show solidarity with protesters.

New Joint – Dres & Jarobi

Dres & Jarobi – “PTI (Pardon The Interruption)” (BumRush Music / 2011)

DJ Bazooka Joe-produced track from the Native Tongue duo’s forthcoming collaboration album “Speed Of Life”.

Jazz (We’ve Got) – A Vibe Called Fresh

PyramidWest footage of live band Diverse and emcees Reach and Les Izmore performing a tribute to A Tribe Called Quest’s classic 1991 album “The Low End Theory” at Kansas City jazz venue The Blue Room.

Low End Theory – Ali Shaheed Muhammad

TheHipHopChronicle.Com interview with A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad after his recent London deejay gig.