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Stevie probably loves this album

These Stevie Wonder classics reconstructed by Madlib are very creative, very unique, and great to have on the speakers and in your library of music.

Madlib's take on Stevie?!

A rather "stoney" approach to a Stevie Wonder cover album....... A great mix of dusty keys and funky drums; exactly what you would expect form the multi-ego of Mr. Otis Jackson (Madlib). But don't classify this as mere background music, this has a much more massive potential. YNQ sifts and discretely disassembles songs like "Send One You Love", "Rocket Love", & "Superwoman" and makes them all their own. Not the best YNQ album, never-the-less, a work of art indeed!!!!!

What Can I Say?

Madlib is certainly a very innovative genius in the music world, constantly blending different styles and looping vintage samples to create catchy and different music. I place him among Hip Hop's most prestigious producers alongside fallen soldier J Dilla (His music lives on forever) as his contributions to Hip Hop as well as all the world's music are immeasurable and perhaps the only way we give back is simply listening to and enjoying the music he's given us.


Formed: Oxnard, CA

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '00s

Touted as a jazz group, but openly acknowledged as a solo project of left-coast rap producer Madlib, Yesterdays New Quintet boldly experimented with the fusion of hip-hop and jazz. Playing instruments live in his studio and then sampling and arranging the results, the first Yesterdays New Quintet long-player, Angles Without Edges, dropped in 2001. Madlib, who is no stranger to pseudonyms, went so far as to name each of the fictitious players in his group (Monk Hughes, Ahmad Miller, Joe McDurfey,...
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