It's here! Actor-turned-filmmaker Michael Rapaport's documentary Beats Rhymes & Life: The Travels Of A Tribe Called Quest arrives in theaters today but only in Los Angeles and New York. This is the actor's first directorial project and his chance to show A Tribe Called Quest's ongoing influence in hip-hop.
Below is a video of Rapaport and Stones Throw founder Chris Manak (a.k.a. Peanut Butter Wolf), who was the film's music supervisor, hanging out at the famed Amoeba record store. The duo handpicks a few of their favorite classic albums and explains their musical influence. I dig that Rapaport likes John Coltrane's seminal classic jazz album, A Love Supreme.
If you have seen the ATCQ documentary, don't be afraid to leave a review below in the comments. Thanks.
Watch Rapaport and Peanut Butter Wolf chop it up about their favorite albums.