J Dilla
J Dilla was born James Dewitt Yancey on February 7, 1974 in Detroit, Michigan, to Maureen and Beverly Yancey. From the onset, music was intrinsic to Jay's life. His mother Maureen was an accomplished singer and lover of classical music and opera. His father Beverly was a gifted vocalist and bass player fond of vocal harmonies and jazz, who played professionally for 25 years before taking a job at Ford. A two-year-old Jay would gurgle along in perfect pitch to the sound of his father practicing on his upright bass until it lulled him to sleep.
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J Dilla
J Dilla was born James Dewitt Yancey on February 7, 1974 in Detroit, Michigan, to Maureen and Beverly Yancey. From the onset, music was intrinsic to Jay's life. His mother Maureen was an accomplished singer and lover of classical music and opera. His father Beverly was a gifted vocalist and bass player fond of vocal harmonies and jazz, who played professionally for 25 years before taking a job at Ford. A two-year-old Jay would gurgle along in perfect pitch to the sound of his father practicing on his upright bass until it lulled him to sleep.
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Make Up (SEXtended Version) Instrumental
This track is off the album "B.A.R.F.O.O.D. The Instrumentals" Available on Spotify, iTunes, Apple music, Youtube and all other streaming platforms. This track is for the Grown & Sexy. Sometimes a lil' lovin' will calm all the nonsense down in a relationship. This extended version is perfect to set the mood. more
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Sometimes
Instrumental boom bat with some jazz piano and scratching. Goin' for a chill vibe here. Sometimes it is raining, literally and metaphorically, but that doesn't have to be a bad thing. Plants grow when it rains, and people grow when they conquer struggles.more
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