Questlove and Black Thought sit down with The Breakfast Club to promote their new album.
Two of The Root's leading faces stopped by The Breakfast Club this morning to promote the group's new critically-acclaimed album ...And Then You Shoot Your Cousin. Speaking on concept albums, arguing over creative differences, Quest's part-ownership of Soul Train, and how their full-time gig as Jimmy Fallon's in-house band has impacted their recording process, the interview provides keen insight into what may be hip-hop's hardest working artists. The album is now available for purchase wherever music is sold.Â
Have you listened to the new album yet? If so, what did you think? Do The Roots have a new classic on their hands?