A Tribe Called Quest just played their final ever show in Los Angeles; here’s the setlist

Surviving members of A Tribe Called Quest, Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed Muhammad, hit the stage at FYF Fest today in Los Angeles – one of only a handful of times the pair have performed since the death of founding member Phife Dawg and the release of their sixth and final studio album We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service.

Towards the end of the set, Q-Tip confirmed that it would be the final show in Los Angeles for the iconic hip-hop outfit, who also appeared earlier this month at the Pitchfork Music Festival in Chicago.

Watch the announcement here:

The group are scheduled to perform at Outside Lands in San Francisco, California, next month.

Earlier in the set, the pair payed tribute to Phife, in particular during “Butter”, as they performed a set filled with favourites from their catalogue, including “Award Tour”, “We The People”, “Oh My God”, “Bonita Applebum”, “Buggin Out” and “Mobius” and more.

The full setlist is here:

The Space Program
Oh My God
Common Ground (Get It Goin’ on)
Busta’s Lament
Let’s Ride (Q‐Tip)
Dis Generation
Mobius
Excursions
Find a Way
Woo Hah!! Got You All in Check (Busta Rhymes track)
Whateva Will Be
Luck of Lucien (snippet)
Butter (Phife’s first verse a capella)
Spaceship (Kanye West track, Consequence solo)
Movin Backwards (Jarobi Solo)
Sucka Nigga
Phony Rappers
Black Spasmodic
Steve Biko (Stir It Up)
Buggin’ Out
Bonita Applebum
Electric Relaxation
Vivrant Thing (Q‐Tip track)
Check the Rhime

Encore:
Can I Kick It?
Award Tour
We the People….

FYF Fest is currently taking place in Los Angeles, California. It wraps up tomorrow with Nine Inch Nails, Run The Jewels, Solange, Iggy Pop, Australia’s own Julia Jacklin and more. Stay tuned to the AU for more coverage from FYF.

Photo courtesy of FYF Fest

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