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Introduced to hip-hop audiences in 1996 with his appearance on A Tribe Called Quest's album Beats, Rhymes and Life (a opportunity in part made possible by the fact that Q-Tip was his cousin), rapper Consequence was forced to move from label to label after Tribe's breakup in 1998, even recording a full-length album for Elektra that was later shelved. However, he managed to keep his name out in public by issuing multiple mixtapes, including 2004's Take 'Em to the Cleaners, which was hosted by Kanye West (who he had met in 2002 through mutual friend and producer 88 Keys; Consequence also appeared on West's debut, The College Dropout) and featured Talib Kweli, Common, Little Brother, and John Legend, among others. In 2005 he signed to West's G.O.O.D. Music label and began working on his record, which was planned for release the following year. In the meantime he put together A Tribe Called Quence: 1995-2004, which traced the history of his musical career and included remixes and previously unreleased songs. The release of his solo debut, Don't Quit Your Day Job, was pushed back to 2007, but Consequence kept busy by opening for labelmate Legend during his 2006 Once Again tour. ~ Marisa Brown
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  1.   Song
  2.   The Good, the Bad, the Ugly
  3.   Uncle Rahiem
  4.   Back Down to Reverse
  5.   Do the Math Freestyle
  6.   Man Purse
  7.   Everybody Come On featuring Busta Rhymes
  8.   On Break (Skit)
  9.   Hypnotize
  10.   Feel This Way
  11.   Callin' Me
  12.   Disperse featuring Gangsta L. Crisis
  13.   Job Song
  14.   Don't Forget Em
  15.   Uptown
  16.   Whatever U Want featuring John Legend
  17.   Pretty Little Sexy Mama
  18.   My Way Home
  19.   Do What We Do
  20.   Cut That Out
  21.   Caught Up In The Hype
  22.   Yo Dex! (Skit)
  23.   Good News, Bad News (Skit)
  24.   Who Knew My Luck Would Change
  25.   Night Night

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