J Dilla - The Dilla Turntable / The Sickness album
The Estate of James Yancey has revived J Dilla’s longstanding company PayJay as a functioning imprint to release Dilla’s long lost vocal album, The Diary, in conjunction with Mass Appeal Records.
The Diary is the sixth studio album by American hip hop recording artist J Dilla. It was originally intended for release in 2002 via MCA Records under the title Pay Jay. This long-lost album is the final batch of unissued material that J Dilla had assembled for release during his lifetime. It also represents his first rap album released since Ruff Draft (2003) and Champion Sound (2003).
Featuring Nas. Produced by Madlib. Uh, uh, it's the sickness uh, uh, uh, ah, ah, ah Oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh, oh. I got the MJ disease cause MCs wanna be me If I spit anything it's gonna be heat Cause Dilla Dawg a one of a kind nigga Killin' em off with the rhymes, motherfuckin' son of a 9 nigga If I pull a chain out in the sun it'll blind niggas First thing that come to your
The Sickness" was recorded by Dilla in 2001; Nas added his verse in 2016. Constructed over the past decade from mixes and masters culled from J Dilla's personal archive, The Diary features rapping from Dilla, Snoop Dogg, Kenny Wray, Bilal, Frank and Dank, Boogie, Kokane, and Nottz. The production was handled by Dilla, Madlib, Pete Rock, Supa Dave West, Hi-tek, Nottz, House Shoes, and Bink!, among others. Nas: May J Dilla continue to Rest in Power in Hip Hop Heaven for eternity. Honored to play a part.
J Dilla (Jay Dee) - Ruff Draft: Dilla's Mix (Ta. .The turntable is USB powered so it can be powered by plugging the USB directly into a computer. It comes with a wall plug for the US market, but the consumer could also by grab the appropriate wall plug in the after-market! Back to Overview. Previous Product Next Product . Turntable.
Contains an exclusive 7-inch single: J Dilla The Sickness feat. Nas, produced by Madlib. Vocal b/w Instrumental. This turntable was designed to be portable, but functions as a stand-alone record player and can plug into any stereo syste. This turntable was designed to be portable, but functions as a stand-alone record player and can plug into any stereo system that accepts an RCA jack or a USB input. It also allows you to record music directly into your computer (transcription software disc included in package). It also contains a 1/8″ headphone jack and dynamic, full range stereo speakers. It comes with a replacement stylus and a 45 adapter. Artwork by Mason London. Basic specs on the turntable are as follows: 3 speed turntable (33 RPM, 45 RPM, 78 RPM).
Yancey began his career as the producer for Detroit hip hop group, Slum Village, and as a member of the production trio The Ummah, before launching a solo career in the early 2000s
While hosting his record label Mass Appeal’s SXSW Live at the BBQ event on Thursday (March 17), Nas premiered The Sickness, a collaboration with J Dilla slated to appear on the late producer’s highly-anticipated album The Diary. New shit coming from my man, the incredible J Dilla, coming out this year, said God’s Son. his last piece, his last album, the thing he was working on. We’re honored to release that through Mass Appeal . Dilla and Nas previously joined forces on The Season, which was released in 2014. While Esco preps the release of The Diary through Mass Appeal, he’s also reportedly working on his own follow-up to 2013’s Life Is Good.
If I pull a chain out in the sun, it’ll blind niggas, First thing that comes to your mind when you think of hardcore, Dilla says on his turn during The Sickness, with Nas dispatching a lethal, recently recorded verse after the chorus. As for why MCA didn’t release the album back in 2002, Alapatt admitted that Dilla’s recruiting of Madlib played a small role. The fact that Dilla was going to bring Madlib out to Detroit and pay him the same thing he was going to pay, say Bink! or Supa Dave West, who at that point were getting paid a shit-ton of money to make beats. Unheard of, Alapatt said.
Tracklist Hide Credits
|A1||The Sickness (Vocal)
Featuring – Nas
|B1||The Sickness (Instrumental)|
- Distributed By – Mass Appeal
- Producer – Madlib
Notes7" is only available inside the Turntable bundle sold through Rappcats.com
This turntable was designed to be portable, but functions as a stand alone record player and can plug into any stereo system that accepts an RCA jack or a USB output. It also allows you to record music directly into your computer (transcription software disc included in package). It also contains a 1/8″ headphone jack and dynamic, full range stereo speakers. It comes with a replacement stylus and a 45 adaptor. Artwork by Mason London.
• 3 speed turntable (33 RPM, 45 RPM, 78 RPM)
• USB and RCA Outputs
• 1.8″ Headphone Jack
• Stereo Speakers
• Contains 45 adapter and replacement stylus
• Transcription software disc included in package
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (Printed (On Box)): 7 06091 80119 8