To purchase tickets: http://www.livenation.com/event/000048AB065FEADF?c=rmk-lnnyc_newsletter_qtip_003
On July 20th, Q-Tip returns to Irving Plaza for his new monthly New York City party, Offline, spinning real music for real people. Step away from your computer and keep your phone turned off as Q-Tip takes the crowd on a musical journey through the worlds of funk, jazz, hip hop, salsa, Latin and more.
Thanks to everyone who made the first installment such a fantastic event. An eclectic crowd of over a thousand club goers danced until the early morning with such notables as J. Cole, Mark Ronson, Grandmaster Flash, and fellow A Tribe Called Quest members Jarobi White and Ali Shaheed Muhammad getting in on the action. Q-Tip says, “The first Offline party was so dope. People came and danced all night. It was so good, but we are definitely going to top it!!” Mark your calendar for quality music and dancing. We look forward to partying late with you!
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.
There will be a strict door policy. No single guys will be admitted unless there are some ladies in your group. Dress To Impress. We love style and we know you do too, so please dress smart. Management reserves the right to refuse admission.