New York rap veteran Q-Tip is gearing up to finally invade streaming platforms across the globe. The hip-hop entertainer has announced plans to drop three new albums in the near future.

Big Facts

This weekend, Tip went to his social media pages to break the massive news. The rap veteran shared a video clip and formally announced at least three new projects are on deck.

“Thank you for all the bday love… but I have something to share with you… 3 albums. AlGoRhtythms. Riotdiaries. The Last Zulu” -SOHH’s Instagram

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Need it or keep it?? #qtip announces new music 💿🔥 . . [Peep #SOHH.com hourly for the latest news!] #SOHHNews #HipHop #RapNews #MustRead #MusicNews #50Cent #Drake #LilWayne #KodakBlack #CashMoney #Future #YoungThug #NickiMinaj #CardiB #Migos #Offset #GucciMane #KendrickLamar #TDE #NBAYoungBoy #OVO #Quavo #NipseyHussle #JAYZ #LilUziVert #qtiptheabstract

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“Stay safe n well🙏🏾. Thank u for all the bday wishes Thank u for tribe anniversary wishes🙏🏾 But more importantly, stay vigilant n ssfe…” -Q-Tip’s Instagram

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Stay safe n well🙏🏾. Thank u for all the bday wishes Thank u for tribe anniversary wishes🙏🏾 But more importantly, stay vigilant n ssfe…

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Q-Tip announces plans to drop at least three new albums

High-Key Details

Tip has kept fans waiting for new music. A couple years ago, Q hinted at plans to drop The Last Zulu across his Twitter page.

The projects titled AlGoRhythms, Riotdiaries, and The Last Zulu will mark the first set of solo records from Q-Tip since he delivered Kamaal The Abstract in 2001. The rapper has been teasing The Last Zulu for several years now. Back in 2018 fans we were lead to believe that The Last Zulu and Riotdiaries were one and the same project, but it appears that they are two separate albums. (Highsnobiety)

“The last Zulu aka the riot diary #ComingSoon” -Q-Tip’s Twitter

Wait, There’s More

Nearly 10 years ago, Q officially joined forces with longtime pal Kanye West. Initial plans had his The Las Zulu dropping on G.O.O.D. Music.

In 2012, Q-Tip signed to Kanye West’s G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam to release The Last Zulu, an album he first made mention of working on as early as 2010. Following his work on A Tribe Called Quest’s final album, 2016’s We Got It from Here… Thank You 4 Your Service, he made mention of the album again on Twitter in 2018, writing, “The last Zulu aka the riot diary #ComingSoon.” (Exclaim)

Before You Go

A few days ago, Tip shared some legendary-looking footage. Q released a clip of rap rookie YBN Cordae flexing big bars over throwback 90’s beats.

“@ybncordae 🙏🏾” -Q-Tip’s Instagram

“Luv Legend 🙏🏽” -YBN Cordae

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@ybncordae 🙏🏾

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