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Phife Dawg died at age 45 which are the member of the group A Tribe Called Quest

Phife Dawg died at age 45 which are the member of the group A Tribe Called Quest

Malik Isaac Taylor (November 20, 1970 – March 23, 2016), better known by his stage name Phife Dawg died today at the age of 45. He was an American famous hip hop rapper of Trinidadian descent, and a member of the group 'A Tribe Called Quest' with high school classmates Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed Muhammad.
While the cause of hip hop star Phife's death has yet to be confirmed but reports claim he had health issues for several years and battling with diabetes. He also received a kidney transplant from his wife in 2008.

Mark Ronson tweeted: "Phife Dawg made some of the most beloved hip hop ever. It's so sad that he's gone. I'd have gone to every reunion show till the end of time," while Swizz Beatz added: "Rip King #phifedawg #tribe thx for the Epic vibe."

Hip hop legend star Chuck D said: "Phife-HipHop & Rap word Warrior, simple as that. Breathed it & lined rhyme into Sport. A true fire Social Narrator my bro#RIBeats ATCQforever," and Nick Cannon wrote: "Rest In Power! #PhifeDawg #MalikThe5footFreak #HipHopGreat #Legend."

Phife Dawg died at age 45
Phife Dawg at first shaped A Tribe Called Quest, then basically named Quest, with his secondary school schoolmate Q-Tip in 1985; the gathering was later extended with the expansion of Jarobi White and Ali Shaheed Muhammad. A Tribe Called Quest were closely connected with fellow hip-hop acts De La Soul and Jungle Brothers, with the gatherings being on the whole known as the Native Tongues. A Tribe Called Quest were at first offered a demo bargain by Geffen Records in 1989, yet marked to Jive Records to release their 1990 début People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm.

Phife Dawg's commitments to the gathering expanded on their second collection, 1991's The Low End Theory, which saw Phife frequently alluding to himself as "the Five Foot Assassin" rapping about social and political issues; the record has following been acclaimed by commentators and kindred performers. The group released three further collections during the time Midnight Marauders in 1993, Beats, Rhymes and Life in 1996, and The Love Movement in 1998 preceding disbanding as an aftereffect of contention both with their record mark and between individuals. The band's inconveniences, particularly the strained relationship in the middle of Phife and Q-Tip, was included in the 2011 narrative Beats, Rhymes and Life: The Travels of a Tribe Called Quest, coordinated by Michael Rapaport.

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