Posts Tagged ‘J Dilla’
You probably remember seeing a link to grab that “Dillatronic” album from the late great J Dilla on here, right? Well… did you grab that yet? If not, what’re you waiting for, a free stream so you can listen and maybe decide?
(Oh, you were. Okay… smart!)
Wow. There are no words for this “Dillatronic #7” instrumental track from J Dilla. None needed. We know how you’re feeling as you listen to the stream above; scrunched up face, head nodding, body rocking. Yep.
A new track off the upcoming J Dilla collection “Dillatronic,” a series of unreleased electronic-influenced instrumentals from the iconic producer. Order now at dillatronic.com. Presented by Ma Dukes and Vintage Vibez Music Group.
Once again, the SV rocked this beat by Jay Dee righteously! And don’t let the visuals touring the city distract y’all. Bilal backing ’em up with the silky croons and overdubs concealing lots of slick talk. This is off that “Yes” album (linked below).
(Head so good it ought to be illegal… What?! Where is she?)
Ohhhh! Once again… “Returrrrn Of The Maaack” by Mark Morrision gets its collar popped by Kaytranada, who mixed the 1990s jam with a beat from the Motor City track master Jay Dee aka J Dilla. Dip and slide to the vibe put down by this new musical creation.
i did that sh*t live in the bbc mix and i thought id share it with yall
beat by J Dilla from one of his beattapes
and vocals by Mark Morrison obiviously.
Yep. And get the FREE download (linked below).
Here’s a li’l som’n to season up your Sunday. Project inspired by the late great J Dilla. Byron The Aquarius with a goodly amount of feature vocals and a bit of production help (e.g. Denaun Porter producing a single) on this “J Dilla What Up Doe” (Vol. 1).
Dedication Project to Dilla 4 all the inspiration he gave the World.
– Byron The Aquarius
Slum Village is dropping a new album (“YES!”) on June 16, 2015. But instead of making us wait for the whole plate, SV lets us have another taste – “Right Back” (featuring De La Soul). Beat by the late great J Dilla. Stream above. Pre-order link for the album below.
The spirit of J Dilla lives on way past his death. If you are not familiar J Dilla as a producer set the soundtrack for artists from Common to Erykah Badu to Talib Kweli to D’Angelo, A Tribe Called Quest and many more. His mother Ma Dukes along with the Dilla Foundation have kept his mission and movement going to this day. Recently Ma Dukes along with the Dilla Foundation were in Atlanta to announce the new ATL Dilla Chapter. The night consisted of a great beat battle from producers all over the country. It was capped off by great performances from Methuzulah and Planet Asia. Check out more videos after the jump.
Off their forthcoming album, “YES!” (due out June 16, 2015), this is the Slum Village single “Expressive” (featuring BJ The Chicago Kid and Illa J). Beat by the late great J Dilla. Stream above. Get the single and pre-order the album whenever you’re ready by hitting these links.
Classic Clips: Questlove Captures Recording Session With J Dilla, Common, & The Soulquarians (Video)
Check out this classic clip that Questlove of the legendary Roots crew unearthed recently in honor of J Dilla. It’s behind the scenes footage of the recording process for one of Common’s most talked about albums ‘Like Water For Chocolate.’ Crafting the soundscape for the project was J Dilla, James Poyser, & the rest of the Soulquarians who were recording it at the time. Check what Questlove had to say providing some interesting background history on the video, the process, & a few other little known facts…
“The Roots & Common were midway recording followup albums to their breakthrough Things Fall Apart & Like Water For Chocolate projects. two unapologetic “Neo Soul” joints. Having formed an unofficial collation sometime in 96, using the Native Tongue blueprint. The Soulquarians were born.
DASH Radio is going to be as huge as Sirius satellite radio if not even bigger in the near future due to their enormous new deal with AT&T to provide their service in cars. There’s many great internet radio stations on the web, but the game changer is being able to get those stations in people’s cars where they can use it as effortlessly as turning on a terrestrial radio station. Unlike satellite radio which is a paid subscription service, Dash Radio is free & you can even download their app to listen to a variety of the stations they have via your mobile app. Make sure you check out our homie DJ Rasta Root who will be on DASH Radio’s ‘Native Rhymes’ channel from 5pm EST / 2pm PST today with a special tribute to the legendary ‘J Dilla’.
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To celebrate Dilla Weekend Miami today, deejays Manuvers, DJ Sharpsound and LouiArson have concocted this hour long mix of J Dilla instrumentals. Niiiiiiice! Big shout of to everyone in Miami today for the huge Dilla Weekend going down from February 5-8th. For the rest of us who are out of town we’ll just ride out to his mix all day as we’ll all be there in spirit. Check out the full lineup for Dilla Day Miami after the jump below….
You’re a J Dilla fan. Yeah, but how much? If you love Dilla, you will love watching this. If you LOVE Dilla… you can understand the motivation for making a visual mish-mash like this. Spread the love, and share this (after watching).
A personal project celebrating the works of J Dilla (RIP), beginning with an exploration of Donuts (2006).
For more info on the full project: http://instagram.com/houstonlovesjdilla/
Get out your chair. The Season of Nas’ here!
A co-sign and cool look at the same damn time. Those lucky enough to be at the Hip-Hop duo Run The Jewels’ “RTJ2” release Q&A event (at Nitehawk Cinema) got more than free popcorn, cheap drinks, and a special viewing of “The Warriors.” Nas (one of the Mass Appeal Media label’s big shots) came through to see the bredren AND… debut his new single, “The Season” (produced by the late great J Dilla)! After doing so, he thanked the fans gathered, Killer Mike and El-P.
Maaaannn! To be there at that moment. To hear that new jawn. Oh, you can hear that jawn… and download a copy… now… for FREE!
DOWNLOAD: NAS – THE SEASON (PROD. BY J DILLA)
Common sharing deep perspectives about working with some of Hip Hop’s greatest producers (like J Dilla, Kanye West and No I.D.). Not only does that, Common speaks on the making of hits like “The Corner” and “Rewind That,” about living with J Dilla in LA and more. Great talk from a guy who’d know. Watch.
Detroit MC/Producer Magnif drops “The Shining Pt. 2” (produced by J Dilla) a leak off his forthcoming debut solo project, “MagnifIAm.” Ten years ago, “The Shining Pt. 1” was released as a 12” single; with Dilla on the beat and the scratches. Cuts by DJ TJ the King on this one (the beat from the late great J).
Yancey Boys (illa J & Frank Nitt) never left, but they’re back with heat over a J Dilla beat. This is “Beautiful” off the “Sunset Blvd.” project. Featuring Posdnuos from De La Soul and Botni Applebum.
The “Give ‘Em What They Want” EP – six tracks produced in 2001-2002 by J Dilla and Supa Dave West (Pay Jay Productions) – includes this jewel entitled “The Doe.” Two minutes of that heat! The vinyl buy link is at the Soundcloud (linked below).