Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Ta-ku - Tribute Dilla

genre - instrumental hip-hop
release date - 2010

James Dewitt Yancey, better known as J Dilla or Jay Dee, was an American hip hop producer and MC, who emerged from the mid-1990s underground hip-hop scene in Detroit, Michigan. He began his career as “Jay Dee” but used the name “J Dilla” from 2001 on. Many critics believe J Dilla’s work to have had a major influence on his peers, and he perhaps embodied the neo soul sound, playing a defining yet understated role during the sub-genre’s rise (roughly from the mid-90s to the early 2000s).
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01 Here Comes Summer
02 Higher
03 Wind Up
04 Call
05 Where Do We Go
06 Say Word
07 Baby
08 Guess Who
09 Hearts
10 I Love You (Its Weird)
11 Life Without You
12 Dedication To Love Songs
13 This Time Tomorrow
14 Where Are You
15 America
16 Cold
17 Cross My Heart
18 Now Listen
19 Lovers
20 Trump
21 I've Come
22 No Drum Sunday
23 The Best
24 Take Care (No Snare)
25 Tell You
26 Walkin'
27 Shouldn't Been Talking


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