“It’s entirely up to you what you support and are interested in, thanks if you are interested in me and enjoy my music. ”Not to be out-Twittered, Azalea Banks has too already fired back.“Qtip gave you some insight into the culture you’re influenced by and you really sat there and told him he’s hip-hop squares,” she wrote. Angie Martinez recently stopped by “The Breakfast Club” to catch up with her co-workers, DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God.
The pair's dispute arose from the portrayal of hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest, which Q-Tip co-founded, in Rapaport's upcoming documentary "Beats, Rhymes & Life: The Travels of A Tribe Called Quest." The group's other three members have expressed support for the film, but Rapaport claims Q-Tip demanded more and more control of Tribe's sometimes unflattering portrayal.
By YRS Jerzy Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer When it comes to New York media, Angie Martinez is the queen and she has a dope story to tell.
The past fifteen years have seen public figures, such as Martinez, release books.
As a solo artist, he’s released three full-length LPs—the first of which was produced alongside the late, great J Dilla. To top it all off, he has a commendable filmography, which dates back to an appearance in “Poetic Justice,” which famously starred Tupac alongside Janet Jackson.
He was also the Kennedy Center’s first artistic director for hip-hop culture in 2016, and has been involved in many other community projects.