It has been well documented that that We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service is supposed to be the final album from hip-hop legends A Tribe Called Quest, especially after Phife Dawg passed away earlier this year while secretly working on the album. Q-Tip had previously stated it in a Facebook post recently, as well. But…and it’s a big ‘but,’ it appears that may not be the case anymore.Social Consciousness And Racial Inequality Are Front And Center On A Tribe Called Quest’s Surprise Comeback Album [Review]In an interview with Annie Mac at BBC Radio 1, Tip states, “Stay tuned for any other incarnation because we don’t intend on stopping….That was Phife’s M.O.: ‘This time we gotta do it and keep going.’ And now he’s left us with the equation of how do we do it, but we’re going to need it, and we’re going to continue.”Now, a pending world tour is apparently in the works and being planned, but comments made in this interview would certainly appear to be a hint at something different than tour dates. With friends and collaborators such as Busta Rhymes, André 3000, Consequence, and more making appearances on the album, it’s anybody guess what this new “incarnation” could turn into. But this has certainly piqued our interests. Listen to the interview below:[via SPIN]
The victory at the first futsal team tournament for women in the organization of the Football Federation of B&H went to the football players of the Sarajevo SFK 2000 team.The winners of this tournament have won against ŽFK Banja Luka with the result of 8:1. The goals for the SFK team were scored by Amela Fetahvić and Alisa Spahić.In the match between the teams ”Mladost” from Nević polje and ” Gradina” from Srebrenik, the team ”Mladost” won with the result of 4:2.After the final match and the closing session of the tournament, the winners of the tournaments were proclaimed. The awards for the first (SKF 2000), second (ŽFK Banja Luka) and third place (”Mladost”) were handed out by the managing director of the NSFS of B&H Jasmin Baković.