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Take a break and watch this Phife Dawg-inspired traffic report

“Are things ludicrously speedy or infectious with the slow-mo?”

ONE OF THE most unique tributes to A Tribe Called Quest’s Phife Dawg, whose death was confirmed yesterday, came from something of an unusual source: a series of live traffic updates.

Reporter Mark Arum from Atlanta broadcaster WSB-TV impressively managed to sneak lines from the band’s songs into his summary of the day’s traffic.

“Are you on point, Mark?”

We’re on point, Fred. Absolutely.

Source: WSB-TV/YouTube

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