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Read on for Q's commentary on his visit from Tupac on the set of . We were in Simi Valley and the Rodney King verdict came in that day. Q-TIP: Oh great, Janet is just you know, so professional. " And I was like, "You motherfuckin' right, nigga! If you start focusing on all that shit success brings you, whether its money, drugs, girls or men, or whatever the fuck that's external you start to lose your way.
It took us forever to get back to LA because of the riots. We saw shit burning and people looting and wildin' out in the streets and shit. As long as you got people to keep you in check and you focus on your craft, I don't think you're going to have a problem. COMPLEX: Musically, who are you really feeling right now?
Both Dilla and Q-Tip were said to be chafed at this slanted producer credit.
The duo, collectively known as The Ummah, dealt out their comeuppance by later issuing a remix of the single with the selfsame hallmarks of their original production and titling it “Got ‘Til It’s Gone (Ummah Jay Dee’s Revenge Mix).” “Got ‘Til It’s Gone” is centered on a sample of Joni Mitchell’s “Big Yellow Taxi” where the folk troubadour sings “Don’t it always seem to go, that you don’t know what you’ve got 'til it’s gone?
Only our friend is Q-Tip and neither of us were high. Tupac was there when we were shooting that scene and when we did the first kiss, ' Pac was like, "Yeah nigga, I know you gonna fuck up again, right? " you know how Pac was, and he was watching it and just left for a cigarette because he said he couldn't watch it anymore. COMPLEX: How does it feel to see young groups like The Knux who are influenced by what you Tribe was doing? If you would've asked me years ago if all this would be going on, I would've looked at you like you were a crazy dude. Q-TIP: Oh, I loved doing that, that shit was a blast. What I tell all those dudes is to love the music and stay entrenched in the music and that will guide you to success.
When you get power the person that you've always been gets highlighted even more, and I think who he is, is showing through how he's running the city, especially with the quality of life.
He's not running a city based on the quality of life of average folk, it's the quality of life of well-to-do rich folk.
Its not there and he's running it like a tyrant.
COMPLEX: So what do you do in that type of situation? I don't want to see some benefit and he's [Mike Bloomberg] there and he's shaking hands with Russell or shaking hands with 50 Cent or something like that.