Q-Tip Q, Q -Tip, Q Tip, Q-Tip The Abstract, Q-Tips, Q-Type, Q. Tip, Q.Tip, Qtip, TipBorn: 10 April 1970, NYC, USA. In the mid-1990s he converted to Islam and changed his name from Jonathan Davis to Kamaal Ibn John Fareed. Described by fellow Quest member, Jarobi as the "Leader" on A Tribe Called Quest's debut album, Q-Tip is now considered as one of the leaders in the rap game. He helped pioneer a positive hip-hop movement as part of the native tongues and has made it his duty to help and provide direction for some of the most talented artists over the years, such as Busta Rhymes, Consequence, Nas, Mobb Deep, The UN (2). Q-Tip has three unreleased albums, two with DreamWorks Records and one "Abstractions" with Arista. He has released two solo albums to date. In 2006 Q-Tip rejoined fellow members of A Tribe Called Quest and went on a sellout tour of the USA, Mexico and Canada.
Mark Ronson DJ Mark Ronson, M. Ronson, M.R, M.Ronson, Marc Ronson, Mark D. Ronson, Mark Daniel Ronson, Mark R., RonsonDJ, remixer, producer and songwriter. Born September 4, 1975 in St John's Wood, London, England, but moved to NYC at the age of eight. He learned drums, saxophone and piano at an early age, relying on these abilities throughout his DJ'ing years to create the kind of dynamics that obviously serve him well. Mark has produced a number of remixes for artists such as Jay-Z, Outkast, Moby, Nelly Furtado, and Costa Rican artist Debbie Nova, among others. He is the stepson of guitarist, songwriter and producer Mick Jones.
Business Intl Business Int'l, Business Intl., The Business, The Business Int'lMark Ronson currently works with his band under the music alias of Mark Ronson & The Business Intl. Mark Ronson (producer, writer, vocals, guitar, percussion, keyboards, drum machine, bass, bell ringing). Alex Greenwald (writer, percussion, keyboards, vocals). Homer Steinweiss (writer, drums). Nick Movshon (writer, bass, drums, keyboards, guitar). Thomas Brenneck (writer, bass, guitar). Victor Axelrod (writer, keyboards, percussion).