Well, that happened fast. After more than a decade of waiting on the follow-up to his undisputed-classic Voodoo album, D'Angelo fans are getting hit left-and-right with new material from the R&B legend.
Questlove is a man who knows hip-hop music (he even published a book on the subject), so when the legendary Roots drummer speaks, his opinions tend to be held in the highest regard--even when they're not the most popular.
The Roots are the greatest hip hop band of all time, hands down. From the streets of Philadelphia to late night TV, they have conquered each and every stage they've graced over their twenty-eighty year career.
You read it right, folks - Questlove, The Roots' resident percussionist, historian and DJ, will play the role of a murder victim on an upcoming episode of police procedural drama Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, which stars veteran emcee Ice-T.
Quest tells the story of how he very randomly found J. Cole's iPhone at a gas station.How does this compare to J. Cole's previous work?Check out the latest video from J. Cole, J. Cole "What Dreams May Come Tour (Trailer)" Video.
Justin Timberlake's The 20/20 Experience album is dropping in a few days, but there's already talk of another that's on the way, tentatively titled 20/20 Vol 2. As reported by Complex, Questlove of The Roots took to the Okayplayer forum (a site he founded)
AZ spits some bars over Questlove's beatboxin while on the Sway In The Morning Show. Freestyle kicks off around the 2:50 mark.Who else would you like to have seen on this video? What do y'all think of this video?