(AllHipHop News) Golden age legends A Tribe Called Quest and their legacy are the subject of a new documentary which follows the creation of a mural in the group’s honor in their Queens neighborhood.
The 3-minute long video captures the birthing of the mural and also features interviews portraying just how important the group was to the neighborhood and Hip Hop culture as a collective.
The mural will be located on Linden Boulevard and 192nd St. at Nu-Clear dry cleaners– the location of the video for Tribe’s 1991 hit track “Check The Rhime.”
Additionally, the city is slated to rename the stretch of Jamaica,Queens as Malik “Phife Dawg” Taylor Way.
Dedicated advocate for the recognition of Hip Hop’s stars, Leroy Mccarthy, is responsible for commissioning the mural, as well as spearheading projects in the works for legends Notorious B.I.G. and Big Pun.
This is not the first time that Tribe has hit the news of late, as Epic Records CEO L.A. Reid recently revealed that an album recorded by the group just before Phife Dawg’s untimely death is soon to hit the market.
Give the creation of the mural a look below.