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J Dilla

Frequently and rightly placed in the same context as DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and Kanye West, J Dilla (aka Jay Dee) built and sustained a high standing as a producer's producer while maintaining a low profile. When Pharrell Williams appeared on BET's 106 & Park in 2004, he excitedly declared that Dilla was his favorite producer and told an audibly stumped crowd that it had probably never heard of the man. At the time, Dilla had been active for well over a decade and had netted enough beats -- including the Pharcyde's "Runnin'," De La Soul's "Stakes Is High," Common's "The Light," and several others with production teams the Ummah and the Soulquarians -- to be considered an all-time great. Dilla never produced a mainstream smash and, in many cases, his presence has to be confirmed with a liner notes scan. (And even then, that might not help; he occasionally went uncredited.) He never marked his territory like Just Blaze ("Just Blaze!") or Jazze Pha ("This is a Jazze Phizzle produc-shizzle!"), and he never hogged the mike like P. Diddy. He let his music, and its followers, do the talking. Rather than provide immediate (or fleeting) thrills, he was hooked on working the subconscious as much as the neck muscles. He was so focused on his work that it took a severe toll on his health.

Born and raised on the east side of Detroit, Dilla -- James Yancey -- was forced by his parents to become involved with music, and he was a record fanatic at a young age, absorbing funk and rap singles and jazz albums, from Slave to Jack McDuff. He learned to play cello, keyboards, trumpet, and violin, but drums got him like nothing else. He tried his hand at producing tracks on a tape deck by using the pause and record buttons, and he also took up MC'ing. In 1988, he formed Slum Village with Pershing High School friends Baatin and T3. It wasn't until 1992, after receiving some valuable guidance from fellow Detroiter Amp Fiddler, that his talent really began to take shape.

A session keyboardist who had worked with Prince, Parliament, and Enchantment, Fiddler taught Dilla how to use the MPC drum machine. To say that Dilla was a quick study would be an understatement. Fiddler introduced his protégé to A Tribe Called Quest's Q-Tip, who heard some of Slum Village's material, liked it, and helped get the word out. Following sessions with First Down (a collaboration with Phat Kat, another Detroiter), Little Indian, and alternative rocker Poe, Dilla's production career reached full flight. In 1996 alone, he worked with Busta Rhymes, De La Soul, and the Pharcyde, all the while playing a major role in the Ummah with Q-Tip and Ali Shaheed Muhammad. (He did extensive work on Tribe's last two albums.) Before long, hardcore hip-hop fans began to know Dilla for his steady wobble, which was unfailingly musical and rich in details -- shuffling hi-hats, oddly placed handclaps, spacious drum loops with drastically reshaped samples of tracks both obscure and obvious.

Through the remainder of the '90s, Dilla quietly racked up more output, including Janet Jackson's "Got 'Til It's Gone" (for which he did not receive credit), additional tracks for the Pharcyde, and collaborative work with Q-Tip on all of 1999's Amplified. Largely upbeat and filled with boisterous energy and thick sounds, Amplified is one of many pieces of evidence against the argument that Dilla was about one sound and one style. During the producer's steady rise, Slum Village remained a priority. Fantastic, Vol. 2 and Best Kept Secret (the latter credited to J-88, an SV pseudonym) were released within weeks of each other in 2000. However, the producer would only contribute a few tracks to the group from then on, as his schedule became increasingly tight. As a core member of the Soulquarians, with James Poyser and the Roots' Ahmir "?eustlove" Thompson, Dilla worked on Common's Like Water for Chocolate, D'Angelo's Voodoo, Erykah Badu's Mama's Gun, and Talib Kweli's Quality. Through 2005, he continued to work with past associates while dipping his toes deeper in R&B. A favor was returned on Fiddler's 2004-released Waltz of a Ghetto Fly, and a couple dynamite tracks -- Steve Spacek's "Dollar" and longtime collaborator Dwele's "Keep On" -- were released the following year.

Amazingly, from 2001 on, Dilla was also a prolific solo artist. A couple singles and the Welcome 2 Detroit album came out in 2001, and a number of low-key instrumental compilations and incidental 12" singles followed shortly thereafter. Rarely praised for his mike skills, he was often assisted by the likes of Phat Kat, Lacks, and Frank-n-Dank. Wooed by a Madlib mixtape that featured the rhymes of Oxnard's finest over his own beats, Dilla forged an alliance with his admirer for 2003's Champion Sound, released under the name Jaylib. It was around this time that his health took a sharp decline. For over two years, he had to use a dialysis machine. Despite having to perform in a wheelchair, he was still able to tour in Europe during late 2005.

Donuts, an album of instrumentals that Dilla completed during one of his extended hospital stays, was released on February 7, 2006, his 32nd birthday. Three days later, while staying at his Los Angeles home with his mother, Maureen "Ma Dukes" Yancey, he passed away, a victim of cardiac arrest. While reflecting on the tremendous loss, close colleague and friend Thompson (an authority if there ever was one) compared the producer's level of genius to that of jazz giant Charlie Parker. Karriem Riggins, a close associate, put the final touches on another album, The Shining, which was released six months later.

A dizzying quantity of posthumous albums, EPs, and singles, most notably a greatly expanded edition of the Ruff Draft EP, were issued throughout the decade that followed. In 2014, Dilla's mother, who was involved in many of those releases, donated her son's MPC and Minimoog Voyager synthesizer to the Smithsonian's National Museum of African American History and Culture. The Diary of J Dilla, which originated as an early-2000s project for MCA, saw release in 2016. MCA had signed Dilla for his reputation as a beat maker, but Dilla confounded the major label by switching to MC mode and enlisting the likes of comrades House Shoes, Waajeed, Madlib, and Pete Rock as producers. After an extended period that entailed major legal obstacles and the recovery of recordings, the album was released in 2016 on the reactivated Pay Jay label through Mass Appeal. ~ Andy Kellman
full bio

Selected Discography

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Track List: Jay Stay Paid

1. KJay FM Dedication

2. King

3. I Told Yall

4. Lazer Gunne Funk

5. In The Night / While You Slept (I Crept)

6. Smoke

7. Blood Sport

8. Cadillac

9. Expensive Whip

10. Kaklow (Jump On It)

11. Digi Dirt

12. Dilla Bot Vs. The Hybrid

13. Milk Money

14. Spacecowboy Vs. Bobble Head

15. Reality Tv

16. On Stilts

17. Fire Wood Drumstix

18. Glamour Sho75 (09)

19. 10,000 Watts

20. 9th Caller

21. Make It Fast (Unadultered Mix)

22. 24K Rap

23. Big City

24. Pay Day

25. See That Boy Fly

26. Coming Back

27. Mythsysizer

28. KJay And We Out

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Track List: Jay Love Japan

1. JLJ Intro

2. Yesterday

3. Say It

4. Oh Oh

5. First Time

6. In The Streets

7. Feel The Beat

8. Can't You See

9. Say It (Instrumental)

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Track List: The Shining (Instrumentals)

1. Geek Down (Instrumetnal)

2. E=Mc2 (Instrumental)

3. Love Jones (Instrumental)

4. Love (Instrumental)

5. Baby (Instrumental)

6. So Far To Go (Instrumental)

7. Jungle Love (Instrumental)

8. Over The Breaks (Instrumental)

9. Body Movin' (Instrumental)

10. Dime Piece [remix] (Instrumental)

11. Love Movin' (Instrumental)

12. Won't Do (Instrumental)

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Track List: Donuts

1. Donuts (Outro)

2. Workinonit

3. Waves

4. Light My Fire

5. The New

6. Stop

7. People

8. The Diff'rence

9. Mash

11. Glazed

12. Airworks

13. Lightworks

14. Stepson Of The Clapper

15. The Twister (Huh, What)

16. One Eleven

17. Two Can Win

18. Don't Cry

19. Anti-American Graffiti

20. Geek Down

21. Thunder

22. Gobstopper

23. One For Ghost

24. Dilla Says Go

25. Walkinonit

26. The Factory

27. U-Love

28. Hi.

29. Bye.

30. Last Donut Of The Night

31. Welcome To The Show

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Track List: Birthright (Single) (Explicit)

1. Birthright

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Track List: Dillatroit

1. Birthright

2. Feel This S**t

3. The Best That Ever Did It

4. Let's Pray Together

5. Ride With It

6. Say My Name

7. Detroit Madness

8. Possible

9. Mind Yo Business

10. Requiem

11. Rebirth Is Necessary

12. Pitfalls

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Track List: Dillatronic

1. Dillatronic 01

2. Dillatronic 02

3. Dillatronic 03

4. Dillatronic 04

5. Dillatronic 05

6. Dillatronic 06

7. Dillatronic 07

8. Dillatronic 08

9. Dillatronic 09

10. Dillatronic 10

11. Dillatronic 11

12. Dillatronic 12

13. Dillatronic 13

14. Dillatronic 14

15. Dillatronic 15

16. Dillatronic 16

17. Dillatronic 17

18. Dillatronic 18

19. Dillatronic 19

20. Dillatronic 20

21. Dillatronic 21

22. Dillatronic 22

23. Dillatronic 23

24. Dillatronic 24

25. Dillatronic 25

26. Dillatronic 26

27. Dillatronic 27

28. Dillatronic 28

29. Dillatronic 29

30. Dillatronic 30

31. Dillatronic 31

32. Dillatronic 32

33. Dillatronic 33

34. Dillatronic 34

35. Dillatronic 35

36. Dillatronic 36

37. Dillatronic 37

38. Dillatronic 38

39. Dillatronic 39

40. Dillatronic 40

41. Dillatronic 41

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Track List: Jay Dee A.K.A. J Dilla 'The King Of Beats' (Box Set)

1. Jay Dee 1

2. Jay Dee 2

3. Jay Dee 3

4. Jay Dee 4

5. Jay Dee 5

6. Jay Dee 6

7. Jay Dee 7

8. Jay Dee 8

9. Jay Dee 9

10. Jay Dee 10

11. Jay Dee 11

12. Jay Dee 12

13. Jay Dee 13

14. Jay Dee 14

15. Jay Dee 15

16. Jay Dee 16

17. Jay Dee 17

18. Jay Dee 18

19. Jay Dee 19

20. Jay Dee 20

21. Jay Dee 21

22. Jay Dee 22

23. Jay Dee 23

24. Jay Dee 24

25. Jay Dee 25

26. Jay Dee 26

27. Jay Dee 27

28. Jay Dee 28

29. Jay Dee 29

30. Jay Dee 30

31. Jay Dee 31

32. Jay Dee 32

33. Jay Dee 33

34. Jay Dee 34

35. Jay Dee 35

36. Jay Dee 36

37. Jay Dee 37

38. Jay Dee 38

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Track List: Jay Dee's Revenge (Single) (Explicit)

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Track List: Lost Tapes, Reels + More

1. Aaahhh

2. Clap 4 Me

3. Dilla Beats

4. Get Dat Nug

5. Go Get Em

6. Have Some Fun

7. Here We Go

8. Holloweem

9. I'm Back Nick

10. Monkies In Car

11. Session Four

12. Seventy3 Soundtrack

13. Slow A** Trick

14. Still Laffin

15. Token Jazz Hour

16. Video Game

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Track List: Rebirth Of Detroit

1. The New Installment (Intro)

2. Detroit Madness

3. Big Thangs

4. Ride With It

5. Say My Name

6. Detroit Game

7. Feel This....

8. City Of Boom

9. Let's Pray Together

10. Requiem

11. Do It Right

12. My Victory

13. Rebirth Is Necessary

14. Dillatroit

15. Center Of The Movement

16. Pitfalls

17. Do It For Dilla Dawg

18. Jay Dee's Revenge

19. Motor City Twirl

20. House Shoes Was Spinnin'

21. The Best That Ever Did It

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Track List: Rebirth Of Detroit Instrumentals

1. The New Installment (Instrumental)

2. Detroit Madness (Instrumental)

3. Big Things (Instrumental)

4. Ride With It (Instrumental)

5. Say My Name (Instrumental)

6. Detroit Game (Instrumental)

7. Feel This S**t (Instrumental)

8. City Of Boom (Instrumental)

9. Requiem (Instrumental)

10. Do It Right (Instrumental)

11. My Victory (Instrumental)

12. Rebirth Is Necessary (Instrumental)

13. Dillatroit (Instrumental)

14. Center Of The Movement (Instrumental)

15. Pitfalls (Instrumental)

16. Do It For Dilla Dawg (Instrumental)

17. Jay Dee's Revenge (Instrumental)

18. Motor City Twirl (Instrumental)

19. House Shoes Was Spinnin' (Instrumental)

20. The Best That Ever Did It (Instrumental)

21. #LostScrolls 1 (Instrumental)

22. #LostScrolls 2 (Instrumental)

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Track List: Ruff Draft Instrumentals (Bonus Disc)

1. Let's Take It Back

2. Reckless Driving

3. Nothing Like This

5. Make Em Nv

6. Crushin'

8. Wild

9. Take Notice

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Track List: The Diary

1. The Introduction

2. The Anthem (Feat. Frank N' Dank)

3. Fight Club (Feat. Nottz & Boogie)

4. The Shining, Pt. 1 (Diamonds) (Feat. Kenny Wray)

5. The Shining, Pt. 2 (Ice)

6. Trucks

7. Gangsta Boogie (Feat. Snoop Dogg & Kokane)

8. Drive Me Wild

9. Give Them What They Want

10. The Creep (The O)

11. The Ex (Feat. Bilal)

12. So Far

13. F**k The Police

14. The Diary

15. The Sickness (Feat. Nas)

16. The Doe

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Track List: The Introduction (Single) (Explicit)

1. The Introduction

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Track List: The Lost Scrolls Vol. 1

1. Dewitt To Do It

2. Smack A B**ch

4. Ruff And Rugged

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Track List: The Shining (Explicit)

1. Geek Down

2. E=MC2

3. Love Jones

4. Love

5. Baby

6. So Far To Go

7. Jungle Love

8. Over The Breaks

9. Body Movin

10. Dime Piece

11. Love Movin'

12. Won't Do

Comments

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Mr James Yancey, a.k.a. J Dilla, a.k.a. Jay Dee, you Sir are most definitely THAT DUDE!!!! Your legacy will live on as a true definition of what hip hop is meant to be. Never Settle...... . . D O N U T S ! ! ! ! !
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I bet he's still making sick beats in the after life.....r.i . p dilla Dogg. ..love hip hop ( real )
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You make life worth living the soundtrak to my everyday rest in power ...
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Thank you J Dilla for leaving your legacy behind. I will be bumping your instrumental s for the rest of my life.
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Rest in paradise to one of the greatest producers to ever do it. God is up there jamming to some fire.
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dont talk bad on kanye.......
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That's kool
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natashathras h
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A Truly Feel Good Sound. And it will Live on Forever. So... Thank you for the Sounds you gave us. J.S
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RIP !.... DILLA WATTS ♥ E/S
103RD ST. WHAT UP DOE ......
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R.i.p j -dilla
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.. Comparison and set boundry to compare the likes of .. It's dangerous and limits your Music conscious so to speak
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Too aarik williams... I wouldn't go that far as to say those other producers are not on a similar level to Dilla .. They are definitely just as in depth to themselves and touch others just as much .. They are on an infinite branched expanding trip of Music .. Another level, if you will, .. Not higher or lower .. Just another .. If you been listening to all released s**t from those artists deeply and even longer than Dilla you may begin to see what I mean .. Don't put one artist in a set comparis
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So cool with that odd minimal obscure sound .. Very cool !
I wish Pandiz would allow 2-250 stations and not 100 .. There's way more s**t to be heard on the norm in my mind..
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R.I.P.
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So much love.. so much respect..
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dserb279
Dilla showin um how we get down, kick that shyt 313 represent
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J-Sulla,
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Get rid of that garbage first sentence slanderously comparing Dilla to Kanye. DJ Premiere certainly isn't in Dilla's league, and as a Pete Rock fan, even he still isn't good enough to measure up to Dilla. Dilla set the standard and it's others who are lucky to be compared to him. I would give the nod to Madlib, Nicolay and Pete Rock as those deserving the comparison to Dilla, not the other way around.
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I want hear so much more. loved it.
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ashcraw17
This is my ish!!!!!!!!! ! !
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2 big thumbs up. One of (if not the) best of all time.
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Dilla was for the music and the fans, never about himself. His sound spoke for him. He is sorely missed.
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DILLA!! Always loved, forever and always...nev e r forgotten

May his craft and legacy live on...peace and Love
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Peace n love J-Dilla one of the greatest Dj's ever!!of da Past,Present , n Future!!
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R.I.P. to the one and only J. Dilla.
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I so love this........ j a m m i n g at work
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Dilla! We need you back ASAP !!

Signed
A wishful thinker
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Love vibin to Dilla's beats. he really reaches your soul with his music. What an amazing gift to music and life! rest easy Dilla!
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His Music lives thru his kins and ppl still making Music today with all positive influence .. It's easy for me to be reminded in a humble manner thru just 1 of 4 elemental arts such as DJ branched with producers .. This guy always will be on some mellow fellow smooth beat s**t.
Peace
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#RESTINBEATS Dilla.. When I'm stressed or having a bad day your musical gifts to us bring me right back up and head snappin in no time. The GOAT.
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Wow like this song
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djnolo98
Taken way too soon but in his wake consider all the musical GEMS he left behind! A producer's producer and musician's musician. There will never be another Dilla...peri o d ! Even Hip-Hop producing legends such as Pete Rock, 9th Wonder, DJ Premier, Pharell, Nottz, Jazzy Jeff, ?uestLove, etc consider him the Best of the Best! You don't just hear his music...you feel it. Dilla 4ever, McNasty...Tu r n it Up!!
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ecujuco9
Dilla is the greatest producer to ever live .....you're see 30 years from now his beats will still feel fresh. ...he was way too far ahead of his time. ..
RIP...1!
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Ahhhh Dilla!! Never stray from existence, I'll always play your beats and compilations . If there's a heaven I hope you can meet me at the gates so we can collab..RIP
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EviiMushroom
holy crap, this biography, never put filthy kanye west in the same sentence as j dilla or pete rock
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I ain't gotta pimp that hard, it's just in me!
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onrelasgnol
I love dilla! I will never understand why people comment if you don't like it , it's all good if you don't , more dilla for me , but the point is instead of complaining about what you don't like , go find something you do , stay positive and love life.

I grew up listening to old school death metal , and I loved it , I began to mellow out as I got older. One day while watching adult swim (bump)I heard flying lotus and I liked it , I heard it again and I loved it ! That lead me to Pete Rock and
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For all the don't like Donuts...Rea l i z e that this King was creating it on his DEATHBED, literally. Hooked up to a ventilator, Ma Dukes praying over him and sh*t... Why did he name it Donuts? Mom's said the only thing Dilla loved as much as creating music was donuts. Now put 2 + 2 together... Some might not like Donuts, but PLEASE, respect it, and realize that Dilla was trying to give his last gift to the world while The Most High was taking back His life that is only temporarily loaned to us...
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jesse_334
Why can't you accept that some people don't like donuts? People say beats rhymes and life was a change up in the style of atcq and some people don't like it. It was largely produced by j dilla and consequence was heavily featured. It gave the album a different vibe to it. I personally like it. Happy now jay dee stan?
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And to Unll2eaL...o p i n i o n s are like a$$holes fam...everyb o d y ' s got one. But yours...stin k s . I guess if you don't get it, you WON'T get it. If you can't feel the heart and soul poured into his solo albums...you just might not have either.
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Is it possible to miss a person I never truly knew? It almost breaks my heart to know I'll never hear a new Dilla track. Guess I'll have keep digging for one's I haven't found yet. Musical genius. No exaggeration . The Stephen Hawking of hip hop...#resti n b e a t s
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Dilla
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I like Premier and Rock, don't get me wrong. But this statement above is unsettling, the only person in the same context as JDee, is Madlib. Period.
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Frequently and rightly placed in the same context as DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and Kanye West.
I like Premier and Rock, don't get me wrong. But this statement above is unsettling, the only person in the same context as JDee, is Madlib. Period.
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Frequently and rightly placed in the same context as DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and Kanye West I like Premier and Rock, don't get me wrong. But this statement above is unsettling, the only person in the same context as JDee, is Madlib. Period.
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That 'stumped crowd' was supposed to be the Hip Hop crowd buy even they didn't know whats up...ain't that irony, for ya?
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jesse_334
Dilla made a lot of good beats for good artists. One could even say classic. Why are his solo albums almost unlistenable . Honestly donuts was a heaping steaming pile of random sounds and so many sirens! The sirens are so annoying! Not top five, not top ten.
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.........you already know I'm cookin' in da lab.... ~ Pimp C

Jay Dee still makin dem hot tracks w/ our Hip-Hop Ancestors

('Pac, B.I.G.,Pimp, J M J , Left-Eye, Pun, DJ Screw, Pun, etc...)

Rest in Peace. Then, Rise in Power...

(Wish The Kristos was around to raise this dude from the dead... Trill, Lord have mercy!!!!)
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