A Tribe Called Quest has had one whirlwind of a week since they released their brand new album, We Got It From Here, Thank You For Your Service, last Friday. The legendary rap group is not only predicted by HitsDailyDouble to go no. 1 on the charts in their first week, but they also did a stellar performance on Saturday Night Live! this past weekend as the musical guest.

The hip-hop quartet is now making another major move for their brand, as they signed a new deal with Creative Arts Agency. This week, Billboard broke the news of the group's new signing, stating that the CAA would be representing them "worldwide" in all areas. Previously, Tribe was being represented by Cara Lewis, but they have decided to switch representation. The site reports that the crew is now being managed by Michael Ostin at Neek Monet LLC, with legal representation from Julian Petty at Nixon Peabody LLP.

As ATCQ gears up to possibly hit no. 1 on the album charts, fans can enjoy the sounds of what is said to allegedly be the group's final album as a collective. The project has features from Kendrick Lamar, Andre 3000, Talib Kweli, Jack White, and more talents.

This is the first album the group has released since The Love Movement, which they dropped in 1998, and eventually was nominated for a Grammy. Earlier this year, the group mourned the loss of Phife Dawg, who tragically died due to health complications. Many were wondering if there was any future for the group that was previously broken up, and fortunately, they've been able to re-establish their legacy.

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