By Radio.com Staff
(RADIO.COM) – With all the hype surrounding the release of A Tribe Called Quest’s new album We got it from Here…Thank You 4 Your Service, CBS This Morning’s Gale King headed down to Q-Tip’s home studio for a tour of his rather extensive record collection.READ MORE: San Jose Becomes First City In Nation To Require Gun Liability Insurance
Inside his New Jersey home, the group’s founding member boasts over 9,000 vinyl records, all meticulously categorized. From African to Latin, Hip-Hop and Jazz to Disco, Q-Tip has almost every genre covered including rock and a handful of country.READ MORE: Curry And Warriors Rout Mavericks, 130-92
The two stop for a moment to pull out some Beatles rarities before King asks him to DJ one of her parties. The two then change rooms for a tour of his studio, which boasts a mixing console used during the recording of The Ramones first two albums as well as Blondie’s self-titled debut album.
©2016 CBS Local Media, a division of CBS Radio Inc. All rights reserved.MORE NEWS: Oakland Chinatown Cash-Only Businesses Convert To Credit To Stop Attacks On Asians