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Did you go to your 20th high school reunion? Probably not. You're probably much too young (and much too cool) to even entertain any thoughts about doing such a thing. The time will come, though, when it won't seem like such a crazy idea. The passage of years softens our bellies, and our resolve in terms of teenage proclamations like, "I never want to see any of these people again as long as I live." And it's nice to learn that the captain of the football team has gone bald and wears Rockports. And maybe you'll get to make out with the prom queen. Most people are divorced by now and everybody gets really drunk. At the very least, it's interesting to find out what they're all doing.
Today, November 9, marks the 20th anniversary of the release of A Tribe Called Quest’s classic third album, Midnight Marauders. Always ahead of the game when it came to cover art, Q-Tip, Phife Dawg and Ali Shaheed Muhammad pulled out all the stops for this one, making three different album covers, each one featuring an array of photos of their favorite faces. The faces of their friends and peers in hip-hop. To commemorate the occasion (with some help from ego trip's indispensable Book of Rap Lists), Complex tracked down these folks (or most of them at least—there are some that remain a mystery, covered by the sands of time) and compiled a guide to show you who they all are and what they're up to today.
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