Q-Tip Presents Offline, Powered by Giant Step
Friday, November 23
Irving Plaza, New York NY
Q-Tip's last Offline edition in September saw its highest attendance yet. It's time to catch up on another epic New York Dance party. The next Offline will be on 11.23 during the Thanksgiving weekend. So keep some energy on Black Friday, put on your dancing shoes and join over a thousand people dancing into the wee hours of the morning. Last time, we saw noted celebrities such as J.Cole, Mark Ronson, Grandmaster Flash, Just Blaze, DJ Cassidy, Busta Rhymes, Gabrielle Union, and many more. From his specially designed DJ booth, Q-Tip will keep the dance floor jumping all night with a supreme selection of funk, jazz, hip hop, salsa, and Latin records.
Tickets are limited and will go quickly, so make sure to get yours here.
Modern hip hop and R&B music can both arguably be divided into pre- and post-A Tribe Called Quest, and the musical efforts of its lead MC and producer Kamaal Ibn John Fareed - better known to the world as Q-Tip. ATCQ's 1990 debut, People's Instinctive Travels and the Paths of Rhythm, introduced Q-Tip's iconoclast stance. In 1999, he dropped his first solo album Amplified, featuring the career-defining hip pop hits "Vivrant Thing" and "Breathe and Stop." Produced primarily by Q-Tip with plenty of live instrumentation and a love fixation, 2008's The Renaissance marks the return of one of the most recognizable voices and individualist figures in all of hip hop.