The Generation of Infamous

The Native Tongues – Part 2

In the ’80s and ’90s, the core members of the Native Tongues (Jungle BrothersDe La SoulA Tribe Called Quest, and Black Sheep) talked and lived the concept of change—garish print shirts, African medallions, psychedelic album art, digging in the crates for rare grooves, friendly but competitive subliminal disses on wax, subverting stereotypes, and writing rhymes of transcendence and redemption.

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Here’s some of the tracks that were made back in the days :

Black Sheep “To Whom It May Concern” (1991)


De La Soul f/ Biz Markie “Lovely How I Let My Mind Float” (1993)

Queen Latifah f/ De La Soul “Mama Gave Birth to the Soul Children” (1989)


Jungle Brothers “J-Beez Comin’ Through” (1989)

Jungle Brothers “Black Woman” (1989)


Black Sheep “Autobiographical” (1994)


Jungle Brothers “Jimbrowski” (1988)


Fu-Schnickens f/ Phife “La Schmoove” (1992)



Black Sheep “Without a Doubt” (1994)



Jungle Brothers Feat. De La Soul & Q-Tip “How Ya Want It We Got It (Native Tongues Remix)” (1996)

Da Bush Babees f/ De La Soul & Mos Def “The Love Song (Remix)” (1996)




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