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J Dilla

J Dilla

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J Dilla: The Great Hip Hop Producer To Ever Live

J Dilla is my favorite Hip Hop producer by far and it's not even close. The guy sampled all the right songs, produced for all the right people, and truly cared about how his music sounded. Every song he made truly reflected life and soulful things. Just beautiful music. He produced most of 'Like Water For Chocolate', one of the greatest alternative Hip Hop albums ever made. He produced for the Pharcyde, A Tribe Called Quest, Q-Tip, Erykah Badu, and Busta Rhymes amongst others. He was the producer for Slum Village, one of the most unique and soulful groups I've ever heard. Not to hate on DJ Premier, Pete Rock or anybody else out there but nobody can ever compare to J Dilla. The guy just had this feel about his music that made you love him. Nearly everything he ever made has been good. His posthumous albums are great. Everything. In a music genre filled with people who don't always try or even care about how their music sounds, J Dilla was truly a unique genius.

J Dilla ~ Essentials

1 of the most relevant producers in Hip~Hop (period)! jD was an ambassador to the movement & his music is definitely essential , I'm just glad I had the pleasure of knowing him. Detroit What! Da Hip~Hop Shop (313)....

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J Dilla also produced Common's "The Light" as Jay Dee. That's a pretty popular song. I wonder why it isn't on here?