Jarobi White opens up to Monie Love and Ed Lover about the making of A Tribe Called Quest‘s final album, especially as a way to honor Phife Dawg. He explains why their process specifically lead to the project they created, and how the different guest artists came to be on an album that was kept such a secret. He also explains what he anticipated about the public’s reception of it after he heard it in full as a finished product.

Jarobi also explains why he feels he can’t take full credit for his pen in the creation of the album, saying “something else was moving my pen.” He talks about the experience of feeling another presence in the studio with them, and much more. Click on the audio player to hear it in this exclusive interview from the “Ed Lover Show.”

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