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Posted at 10:18 AM ET, 01/24/2011

A Tribe Called Quest documentary premieres at Sundance; Wiz Khalifa performs at Steelers/Jets game; R.I.P. Orphan's Brendan Majewski

By David Malitz

a tribe called questMichael Rapaport's documentary about A Tribe Called Quest premiered at Sundance. (Kyle Gustafson/FTWP)

- A documentary about hip-hop greats A Tribe Called Quest -- directed by actor Michael Rapaport -- debuted at Sundance Film Festival over the weekend. Phife Dawg was the only member of the group present at the screening; Q-Tip has previously stated he has nothing to do with the making of the movie.

- If you're already sick of Wiz Khalifa's constantly-played hit "Black and Yellow," these next two weeks are going to be rough for you. The Pittsburgh MC performed his hometown-repping smash before yesterday's Steelers/Jets AFC Championship game and with the Steelers advancing to the Super Bowl, expect to hear it even more in the lead up to the big game on Feb. 6.

- Brendan Majewski, one half of noisy, sludgy Brooklyn band Orphan passed away on Thursday night. Majewski was also the bass player of erstwhile Washington post-punk band Quix-o-Tic.

Clicky shuffle: Your random song for Monday morning:

- Micachu & the Shapes, "Golden Phone"

By David Malitz  | January 24, 2011; 10:18 AM ET
Categories:  Morning click  | Tags:  A Tribe Called Quest, Orphan, Wiz Khalifa  
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