Download links and information about Donuts by J Dilla. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Hip Hop/R&B, Rap genres. It contains 31 tracks with total duration of 43:24 minutes.
|Genre:||Hip Hop/R&B, Rap|
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|4.||Light My Fire||0:35|
|10.||Time: The Donut of the Heart||1:38|
|14.||Stepson of the Clapper||1:01|
|15.||The Twister (Huh, What?)||1:16|
|17.||Two Can Win||1:47|
|23.||One for Ghost||1:18|
|24.||Dilla Says Go||1:16|
|30.||Last Donut of the Night||1:39|
|31.||Welcome to the Show||1:11|
Donuts proves that the cliché about some people just having to make music is true: producer Jay Dee/J Dilla (Common, A Tribe Called Quest) reportedly completed much of the album in his hospital bed, using vinyl, a portable turntable and a Powerbook. One of the Slum Village founder’s last works before his death just after turning 32, this is a fantasia of loops, bringing together soft-soul guitar lines and verbal warnings (Eddie Kendricks: “People, the time has come”), an early electronic-music demo record, a yearning line from “For Once in My Life” and a holler from the Beasties’ “It’s the New Style” in a dreamscape that’s playful, challenging and repays the compulsive listening it invites. Included are “One for Ghost” and “Hi,” two beats Dilla provided for Ghostface’s Fishscale.