Stussy - J Dilla Documentary Part 3 of 3
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Final part of a three part documentary focusing on J Dilla's life in Los Angeles.
On Saturday Febuary 13th, 2010 Stussy celebrated the life of brilliant hip hop producer and rapper James "J Dilla" Yancey, by releasing a limited edition tee shirt produced in conjunction with Stones Throw and the Dilla Estate.
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- Rest In Beats J Dilla!
- Yea I wanna hear the original version of Donuts too
- but dilla also died
thats where i was coming from
- nujabes died in a car wreck...
- Jadakiss - Why (at 0:15)
Jadakiss says "It's dat real"
J Dilla sampled it in:
J Dilla - Stop [Donuts album] (at 0:04)
and it sound like "It's death real?"
- check out MPC 3000 alot of orgianl beats from d nuts on there
- yo why isnt one of these docs with nujabes????
- My God!! It's amazing how Dilla remained Incognito throughout his career.. (much like many of the best artists in history), and it's only now that we get to fully appreciate his work. I miss you Jay Dee because you changed my life in so many ways. Rest in peace brother.
- "It's dat real"
"Is death real?"
genius work of dilla
- Part 3 goes deep.
- much love and respect for master diill a.
- Dillas a TEACHER no doubt much love nuff respect!
- dillas gonna live forever
- what tracks/album are they talking about the jadakiss sample and the death of the something powers?
- This was a real hip hop moment in which time and space dont excist. Peace and Blessings to all.
- Its funny how the first guy talked about J, its sounded like he was talking about Miles Davis. Miles was always looking forward, and would get frustrated when people asked him about his previous albums, whereas Herbie Hancock return's to the old 'classic' stuff to learn from it. J Dilla was definitely up there with Davis.
- Anybody else REAALLAY want to hear the original version of donuts?? curiousity is killing me on this one..
- we should teach Dilla to kids in the school
- I think this was made during that whole time Dilla's estate was up in the air so no rights to footage :(
- cool interviews.
just curious why there's no footage of Dilla himself.
seems appropriate for a documentary, non?