This Traffic Reporter’s Tribute To Phife Dawg Is On Point

“This rush hour’s coming with more hits than the Braves or the Yankees.”

March 23, 2016

Mark Arum and Fred Blankenship, who work for WSB-TV, figured out a creative way to show their appreciation for Phife Dawg today: the pair sprinkled several lines from A Tribe Called Quest songs into their routine recap of the day's traffic troubles. Examples include "this rush hour's coming with more hits than the Braves or the Yankees," and "are things ludicrously speedy or infectious with the slow-mo?" Both of those lines reference "Award Tour;" you'll also hear shout outs to "Check The Rhime" and "Oh My God." Watch above.

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