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8 thoughts on “ Wild (Instrumental) - J Dilla - Wild / Make Em NV (Vinyl)

  1. Let me explain it. It's Ruff Draft. For my real DJs that play that real live shit. You wanna bounce in your whip, sound like it's straight from the ma'f*ckin' cassette! Ruff Draft Let's do it. Thus begins Ruff Draft. Released only on vinyl in February with European distribution, this sought-after album remains the elusive key release in J Dilla's catalog.
  2. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Wild / Make 'Em NV on Discogs. Label: Stones Throw Records - STH • Format: Vinyl 12 J Dilla - Wild / Make 'Em NV (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(41).
  3. Mar 20,  · [J Dilla] (C'mon, c'mon feel the noise!) Ruff Draft (girls grab the boys) Uhh (get wild, wild wild) Get wild (get wild, wild wild) get wild Turn it up, another world premier y'all.
  4. Watch the video for Wild (Instrumental) from J Dilla's Wild / Make 'Em NV for free, and see the artwork, lyrics and similar artists. Playing via Spotify Playing via YouTube Playback options.
  5. "Wild" is exactly that - Jay flows over a stuttering, off-kilter beat while a little British kid butchers Quiet Riot's "Cum On Feel The Noize" (correction: Slade wrote it) on the hook (but in a cute way). "Make 'Em NV" appears in a re-mixed and remastered version here, different from .
  6. One of the more "wild" tracks J Dilla ever created. In this was found on the master tapes for Ruff Draft and chosen – by Ma Dukes, us here at Stones Throw and various other Dilla associates – as the perfect way to lead off the reissue of Ruff Draft that followed. NOW WITH INCH SLEEVE. Back in '07 we didn't have the time to press this sleeve, so the single.
  7. More popular J Dilla mp3 songs include: Motor City 4, Motor City 3, Motor City 17, Motor City 15, Motor City 19, Motor City 5, Motor City 10, J. Rocc Mix, Motor City 1, Motor City 2, Motor City 18, Motor City 14, The $ (Instrumental) Lyrics, MAKEEM NV Lyrics.
  8. Thus begins Ruff Draft. These self-produced tracks make up one of the late J Dilla's least known works. Released on vinyl only in February by Dilla's own newly-formed Mummy Records and distributed by the German label Groove Attack, this sought-after release remains elusive and virtually unknown to the casual Dilla fan.

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