Directed by Ruffmercy, PayJay and Mass Appeal Records have created a video for J. Dilla’s “The Sickness“, featuring clips of Dilla and Nas spitting bars over the head-nodding Madlib beat. Most likely his last project that will be released, Dilla’s The Diary is available now in iTunes.
Initially intended for release in 2002, J Dilla’s long lost vocal album, The Diary, will be released tomorrow on iTunes. Calling on the auspicious production talents of Madlib, Pete Rock, Hi-Tek, Nottz, and House Shoes, among others, the release also carries vocal spots from Snoop Dogg, Bilal, Kokane, and more.
Because, Hip Hop.. A wonderful creation by Ryan Stone of Hip Hop Speakeasy, fans of classic hip hop music, old and new can now get an idea of what a pairing of legends. Regarded as the best by many in their respective fields, Nasir Jones and the late J Dilla almost sound as the songs on this short release were an actual collaboration instead of a creative venture of Ryan Stone.
Producer TwizzMatic displays his remix skills on some of our favorite classic tracks for Mr. Nasir Jones featuring original production. Available for download over on Datpiff, TwizzMatic (The Twizzmatic Remixes) project was produced and engineered completely by TwizzMatic.
J.Cole gets assistance from Nas for the “Let Nas Down” remix. #MadeNasProud. 1 time for 2dopeboyz
M1 from Dead Prez is joined by Nas for the track “Genocide Highway” produced by Beatnick & K-Salaam.