J Dilla, Ruff Draft: Dilla's Mix (COLOR)

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BIS => 2024 04 05
CLEAR WITH BLACK SPLATTER VINYL
1LP - PAY JAY PRODUCTIONS
2003 => 2024

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Statut: BACK IN STOCK
Label: PAY JAY PRODUCTIONS
Genre: HIP HOP
Format: 2 LP
Date de parution: 2003
Date de la réedition: 2024

TRACKLIST 


A1. Intro

A2. Let's Take It Back 

A3. Reckless Driving 

A4. Nothing Like This 

A5. The $

B1. Interlude (feat. Dank) 

B2. Make'em NV

B3. Interlude

B4. Crushin' (YEEEAAH!) 

B5. Shouts



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Dilla’s Mix Of Ruff Draft Is Now Available In A Clear With Black Splatter Vinyl Pressing

 


When Ruff Draft saw its initial release in 2003, J Dilla possessed production skills on par with anyone in hip-hop - technically and creatively. “At the top of his game,” says longtime friend and collaborator, Karriem Riggins. After years of building while modestly deferring to others of both greater and lesser notoriety, Dilla finally completed the first solo endeavor on his own label, entirely on his own terms. The significance of such an autonomous success often gets overlooked, and partly accounts for why Ruff Draft is one of the lesser-referenced entries in Dilla’s oeuvre. “It’s a mysterious little project,” says his mother, Maureen Yancey. “But out of his entire career, that was the happiest time.” Prior to recording the EP, Dilla found himself at a crossroads. Estranged from his label, MCA, and separated from the mother of his youngest daughter, frustration abounded both personally and professionally. Dilla spent parts of 2002 and 2003 working on an album for MCA that featured his rapping over contributions from other producers with whom he had connected and whose music he respected. At the time, he was known primarily for his beats, yet reviled for his MCing by most anyone not from his hometown of Detroit. The project was to be an intentional freak of the industry. The project would go on to spur his collaborative album with Madlib, Jaylib, and would first showcase the template that he would take to his greatest heights with 2006’s Donuts. The Stones Throw reissue of Ruff Draft from 2008 featured remixes of the songs from the album, done without Dillaís involvement. This version of the album takes Dillaís mixes of the album and restores his vision for the project. “Straight from the mothafuckin’ cassette,” as he phrased the sound he was going for on the EP’s intro.