J Dilla Songs

The Season
The Season
Nas
VERY HOTTTTT
We knew this was coming. After previewing the new, J Dilla-produced joint "The Season" at a Run The Jewels album release event in Brooklyn last night, God's Son drops the official version on his Audiomack account.
Two Lips
Two Lips
Joey Bada$$
VERY HOTTTTT
Joey Bada$$ has teamed up with Akomplice and the J Dilla Foundation for this new single and a series of limited-edition T-shirts. Hit up the Akomplice web store to cop the track - all proceeds go toward purchasing instruments and music lessons for underprivileged kids.
Gangsta Boogie
Gangsta Boogie
J Dilla Feat. Snoop Dogg & Kokane
VERY HOTTTTT
Unfortunately, there was no Views from the 6 edition of OVO Sound Radio tonight, as some had suspected. However, another episode of Dre's exclusive-packed show "The Pharmacy" went live on Beats 1 radio, and the Doc didn't disappoint, as he premiered a new track off J Dilla's upcoming posthumous album The Diary. It's fitting that Dre got the exclusive drop on Dilla's "Gangsta Boogie," as the track features two West Coast vets in Snoop Dogg and Kokane.
The Sickness
The Sickness
J Dilla Feat. Nas
VERY HOTTTTT
The Diary, J Dilla's nearly lost vocal album is finally getting an official release, and before it hits stores this Friday, we've been treated to the release of one of the project's most anticipated tracks. If you've been paying attention, you'll know that "The Sickness" was premiered during Nas' headlining set at the Mass Appeal SXSW showcase, but now it can be heard in its full quality glory. 
Vocabulary Spills
Vocabulary Spills
De La Soul
VERY HOTTTTT
"I kick a skill like Shaquille holds a pill / Vocabulary spills, I'm Ill - plus Matic / I freak beats, slam it like Iron Sheik / Jam like a TEC with correct techniques." 
Toast To The Dead
Toast To The Dead
Immortal Technique
VERY HOTTTTT
Check out Toast To The Dead (Prod. by J Dilla), the latest from Immortal Tecnique. The track was released on Thursday, October 20th, 2011. Immortal Tecnique's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Toast To The Dead (Prod. by J Dilla) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact. It's a nice addition to the impressive catalogue Immortal Tecnique has been building over the years. We're definitely anticipating the next move. Check out Immortal Tecnique's profile page for the most recent info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
My Carz
My Carz
Snoop Dogg
VERY HOTTTTT
Apple Music scored for a 48-hour exclusive of Snoop Dogg's 14th studio album Coolaid. Fortunately for all those who don't have Apple Music, Snoop has been rather generous with releases ahead of the formal album drop on Friday. Wednesday afternoon he dropped "My Carz," an homage to his fleet of whips.
Dillatronic #7
Dillatronic #7
J Dilla
VERY HOTTTTT
Probably the best hip hop news to surface this week was the announcement of a new J Dilla album called Dillatronic. The album is due out on October 30 and will feature OVER 40 unreleased, electronic-influenced Dilla instrumentals.
The Introduction
The Introduction
J Dilla
VERY HOTTTTT
J Dilla's celebrated swansong, Donuts, just turned 10, but even a decade later, we're still getting posthumous releases. The next release from the producer and rapper is The Diary, a vocal album he reportedly made around 2000, but was never released. Today we've received the intro to the project, which, as promised features Jay Dee laying down some bars. The rest of the project will be on its way April 15th through Mass Appeal records, and is set to feature Nottz, Boogie, Snoop Dogg, Kokane, Bilal, and more.
The Look
The Look
J Dilla
VERY HOTTTTT
It's a great time to be a J Dilla fan. Dilla's mother, the lovely Ma Dukes, has been doing a great job of making his (previously) unreleased music available to the public.
Dilla Plugged In
Dilla Plugged In
De La Soul
HOTTTTT
The other week for Valentine's Day De La Soul decided to let go their entire catalogue for free download via their website. That alone was generous enough, but when some fans didn't receive their download in a timely manner, De La Soul offered an apology in song-form for that, "Sorry/Thank You."
Dillatronic #34
Dillatronic #34
J Dilla
VERY HOTTTTT
J Dilla's mother Ma Dukes made a lot of hip hop fans happy when she announced, in conjunction with Vintage Vibez Music Group, that she would be releasing Dillatronic, a new album with over 40 unreleased electronic-influenced Dilla instrumentals.
Yes Yes
Yes Yes
Slum Village
HOTTTTT
The Hip-Hop world lost something profound when the legendary producer and member of Slum Village passed away in 2006. Illa J, Young RJ and T3, who compose Slum Village as we know it today, release this song over a previously unreleased J. Dilla track to pay tribute to the man who would be turning 40 today, if he hadn't been taken from us all too soon. And be sure to check out their latest mixtape (a la last year), Dirty Slums 2. 
The Doe
The Doe
J Dilla
HOTTTTT
On last month's Record Store Day, deceased production legend J Dilla was honored by the Give Them What They Want EP, a collection of six tracks from the scrapped vocal album The Diary. Recorded between 2001-2002, "The Doe" is the latest song that Rappcats Records has shared with us from the EP.
Give Em What They Want
Give Em What They Want
J Dilla
HOTTTTT
J Dilla is easily on of the most celebrated producers of all time. He has a very high stan-to-fan ratio as well, which means the people who listen to him, are generally pretty obsessed with him-- and for good reason. Luckily for the beatmaker's loyal following, Dilla was sitting on a considerable amount of unreleased material when he tragically passed away, with another new effort due out next month. "Give Em What They Want" is the first taste of The Diary, a collection of unreleased Jay Dee vocal tracks from the early 2000s.
Right Back
Right Back
Slum Village Feat. De La Soul
HOTTTTT
In a couple weeks, Slum Village will release their new album Yes!, featuring guest appearances and production from J Dilla, BJ the Chicago Kid, Jon Connor, Phife Dawg, Bilal, J Ivy, and others. Before it arrives on June 16, the duo decide to come through and share another leak off it first called “Right Back”. With production from the late J Dilla and a guest verse from De La Soul, “Right Back” is something true hip hop fans should definitely appreciate. Suggest giving this one a few listens. Thoughts?
Man Purses
Man Purses
Consequence
HOTTTTT
Listen to Man Purses (Prod by J Dilla), the new track by Consequence, which was dropped on Saturday, October 16th, 2010. Consequence's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Man Purses (Prod by J Dilla) will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning. It's a worthy addition to a respectable catalogue that has seen a lot of growth since Consequence debuted in this game. We're looking forward to the follow-up.
Filfth
Filfth
J Dilla
HOTTTTT
J Dilla may not be around anymore, but with his large stash of unreleased music, it doesn't always feel that way. J Dilla's mom, Maureen “Ma Dukes” Yancey, always makes sure her son is properly represented with posthumous releases and tributes. Her latest endeavor is to release a new box set for Dilla, containing 40 cuts, it's called the The King of Beats. Included within the box set are: four 10 inch vinyl records featuring music from Jay's Batches and one special edition cassette containing four unreleased tracks.
Baby
Baby
J Dilla
HOTTTTT
J Dilla’s posthumous album released a couple weeks ago, giving us an in-depth look at J Dilla’s emcee skills as well as his production chops. However, those production skills are what Dilla became known for, and we’ve also been blessed with new instrumental work from the deceased beat maker.
The Season (Remix)
The Season (Remix)
AZ
HOTTTTT
J Dilla's "Gobstopper" beat has been sitting around for years, with a few enterprising individuals dropping bars over it in years past, but now that Nas copped the instrumental for his new track "The Season," you can bet that he'll inspire new takes on the 2006 track. Fittingly enough, it's AZ, Nas' old collaborator, who steps up to remix it first.