Nevertheless, his name comes in the list of the Top 50 Hip-Hop producers, Top 50 MC’s and top 50 Lyricists of our generation.
If you didn't know, his real name is Kamaal Ibn John Fareed.
Of course, you can add the social magnet (net worth - million US dollars) via social networking sites like Twitter and Instagram.
Last but not the least; one can chip-out more wiki about him including his sensational songs (Vibrant thing- 2000’s Best Rap Solo performance Nominee, Honey) and albums (likes of The Renaissance- 2010 Best Rap Album Nominee) via Wikipedia’s biography on him or various sources over the media.
Again, it is believed that he and wife Michele went through a divorce a long time ago.
Nevertheless, the media states that they have two children; however the notion cannot be verified.
More precisely, if you want to understand more about his body configuration, we will suggest that you view his Trace magazine shirtless cover featuring of Erykah Badu.
During the listening party for his album “Of course, this being star central, you couldn’t only ask Q-Tip about music.
Like his song vibrant thing, many special girls visited his itty-bitty world till now.
Impressively, he has dated reputable names in the past including Karrine Steffans, Janet Jackson, Nicole Kidman and Angela Martinez.
As per as his religious belief is concerned, he is a Muslim (converted to Islam in the mid-1990’s).
Surprisingly, Q-tip has not only been famous for his rapping, multi-instrument and DJ mastery, lyrical heights, well-maintained hunky body, trademark short hairstyle and alternative music, but he has also been described as a hive where be rumors land in – I mean gay rumors land in. He was born on April 10, 1970, in Harlem, New York City, New York, the United States to an African American Family.
However, he is mostly known by his stage names/nicknames such as The Abstract Poetic, MC Love Child, and Q-Tip.