Q-Tip's story is one that every hip-hop fan should know. He called into BBC Radio 1Xtra last night for a hour-long discussion detailing his career and plans for the future. Along with Q-Tip and host Benji B, Nas, Pharrell, and The Pharcyde called in and added commentary to the piece. During the conversation, the legendary MC talked about his early roots with A Tribe Called Quest, and working with the likes of Nas, Mobb Deep, J. Dilla, and more.

Tip also spoke on his long-awaited upcoming solo album, The Last Zulu, calling it "the evil twin of Tribe," and hinted that for the upcoming 25th anniversary of The Low End Theory, there may be a full re-release of the classic album featuring the original artwork of a nude Naomi Campbell painted with Tribe colors.

The full interview can be heard here.

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