A Tribe Called Quest's Ali Shaheed Muhammad and composer Adrian Younge are prepping the release of their collaborative album called The Midnight Hour. The dynamic duo has released the tracklist to the project and it looks phenomenal.

Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Younge have enlisted Questlove, Raphael Saadiq, Marsha Ambrosius, Bilal, Digable Planets Ladybug Mecca, and others for the project.

The set’s first single is the soulful and melodic “Questions” featuring CeeLo Green. The song sounds majestic with Green’s falsetto soaring over orchestral strings and jazz drumming.

"It is a joy to create The Midnight Hour with our friends who were willing to take the musical journey with us to make something special that is a departure from the status quo," the duo told Rolling Stone. "The Midnight Hour represents the black idiom in regards to jazz, hip-hop and cinematic soul for a new generation."

The Midnight Hour is due to hit digital stores on June 8 through Younge’s Linear Labs label.

Ali Shaheed Muhammad and Adrian Younge have worked together before, most notably on the score for Netflix's popular superhero series Marvel's Luke Cage. They also worked together on Souls of Mischief's 2014 album, There Is Only Now.

The Midnight Hour Tracklist:

1. "Black Beacon"
2. "Mare" Featuring Ladybug Mecca
3. "It’s You" Featuring Raphael Saadiq
4. "Questions" Featuring CeeLo Green
5. "So Amazing" Featuring Luther Vandross
6. "Gate 54"
7. "Do It Together" Featuring Bilal
8. "Redneph in B Minor"
9. "Better Endeavor"
10. "Smiling For Me" Featuring Karolina
11. "Don’t Keep Me Waiting" Featuring Marsha Ambrosius
12. "Bitches Do Voodoo" Featuring Angela Muno
13. "Possibilities" Featuring Eryn Allen Kane
14. "Mission"
15. "Dans Un Moment D’errance" Featuring Laetitia Sadier, Questlove & Keyon Harrold
16. "Love is Free" Featuring Eryn Allen Kane
17. "Together Again" Featuring No I
18. "Feel Alive" Featuring Karolina & Loren Oden
19. "There Is No Greater Love" Featuring Loren Oden & Saudia Yasmein
20. "Ravens"

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