Saturday, 14 February 2015

Complex Presents The 50 Best J Dilla Songs

To Me, J Dilla was and still is the best producer of hip hop EVER.  Complex did an article a few years ago now, that I only just saw last week, as dope as it is, I couldn't help thinking that there is a list of tracks I want in one playlist/folder for my Ipod/mp3 player......Check the Complex article here!!

Download all the tracks below...enjoy some Dilla Delights!!

Common / The Light
Slum Village / Players
Janet Jackson / Got 'til It's Gone (Ummah Jay Dee's Revenge Mix)
The Pharcyde / Runnin'
D'angelo / Feel Like Makin' Love
De La Soul / Stakes Is High
A Tribe Called Quest / Get A Hold
Jay Dee / Pause
The Roots / Dynamite!
Black Star / Little Brother
Slum Village / Raise It Up
Q-Tip / Vivrant Thing
A Tribe Called Quest / 1nce Again (Feat. Tammy Lucas)
Lucy Pearl / Without You (Jay Dee Remix)
Slum Village / I Don't Know Ft. Jazzy Jeff
Bilal / Reminisce Feat Mos Def & Common
Common / Thelonius Feat Slum Village
Erykah Badu / Didn't Cha Know (Prod. Jay Dee)
A Tribe Called Quest / Find A Way
Keith Murray / The Rhyme (The Slum Village Street Remix)
The Pharcyde / Drop
Q-Tip / Let's Ride
Common / Dooinit
Slum Village / Get Dis Money
Ghostface Killah / Whip You With A Strap
Busta Rhymes / Live It Up
J Dilla / Won't Do
Jaylib / Starz
Slum Village / Climax (Girl Shit)
Raekwon / House Of Flying Daggers Ft Inspectah Deck Ghostface Method Man
J. Dilla / Reckless Driving                                          
A Tribe Called Quest / That Shit
J Dilla / E=MC2 Ft. Common
Common / Come Close Remix (Closer) Feat Erykah Badu, Pharell, And Q-Tip (Main)
J-Dilla / Fuck The Police (Prod. J Dilla)
Busta Rhymes / Enjoy Da Ride
J. Dilla / Nothing Like This                                        
Jay Dee / Come Get It
J Dilla / Baby Ft. Madlib And Guilty Simpson
Busta Rhymes / Show Me What You Got
J-Dilla / Diamonds (Prod. Nottz)
Frank N Dank / Okay
Slum Village / Let's
Guru / Certified (Feat Bilal)
Phat Kat / Cold Steel (Feat. Elzhi) (Prod. By J Dilla)
Busta Rhymes And Q-Tip And Talib Kweli / Lightworks
DOOM / Lightworks
Jay Dee / Shake It Down
Slum Village / Reunion (Ft. J Dilla)
Common / So Far To Go (Feat. D'angelo)
Mos Def / History Ft. Talib Kweli


  1. Hi,

    I just wanna send a big THANKS!! out to you for all your efforts and time you put into maintaining this site. Let my comment remind you that your work does not go by unappreciated!
    I myself was never really into Hip-Hop but music in general,and I covered my rarely hip hop needs with some Mos Def, Talib Kweli or some Kool Keith especially under his Dr. Octagon moniker.Apart from that and some critical selected compilations that was more than enough for me. Just recently re-discovered the whole mixtape side of things which all were heavily influenced by oldskool hip hop as well as funk n soul. Long story short i found your blog and Im loving what you put out on display here,its just one killer album after another..amazed by the high quality!!I now value the whole genre so much more also thanks to ur blog,so keep up your good work!


  2. I can't understand all this Dilla hype. He had some dope stuff in the 90's but that was really it imo. Anyway, to each his own.

  3. If your comment is directed to my post from above I have to say I meant it all in general,I just used the newest topic to write it in. For me I just love all them japanese mixtapes which are posted on this blog,which are filled with dope underground hip hop to the rim..doesnt get better than that.


  4. @eli, thanks for your comments, its very much appreciated, the blog gets loads of views each day but nobody bother to comment, not even to say thanks!! your post was very welcome, thanks you :)

  5. Thanks soOOOO SOOOO very much for this!