• 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.
  • 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.
  • "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." 
  • Bump Jeep Volume (Prod. By J. Dilla) , the latest cut from The Yancey Boys which features T3 on the assist. It dropped on Tuesday, October 22nd, 2013. The Yancey Boys's horizons are broadening with each new release, and Jeep Volume (Prod. By J. Dilla) is no exception.
  • 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."
  • Check out Diamonds (The Shining Pt.1), the latest from J Dilla. The track was released on Friday, August 2nd, 2013. J Dilla's chances in this game are improving with each new release, and Diamonds (The Shining Pt.1) is no exception - quite the opposite, in fact.
  • Give Trucks [CDQ] a listen - it's a new offering from J-Dilla. It was dropped on Wednesday, April 17th, 2013. J-Dilla's musical situation is improving with every new release, and Trucks [CDQ] will most definitely help the cause.
  • Listen to Keep It On The Low, the new track by Proof featuring J Dilla which was dropped on Thursday, April 11th, 2013. Proof's odds keep getting better with each new leak, and Keep It On The Low will undoubtedly improve his chances of winning.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Listen to Anthem, the latest track from J-Dilla, featuring Frank-N-Dank. The cut dropped on Monday, February 11th, 2013. J-Dilla's future brightens with every new release, and Anthem certainly isn't an exception.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Today De La Soul gave us some new music to digest, with the release of a BitTorrent bundle comprising of a eleven new mixtape cuts (all with vintage J. Dilla production), an audio letter, a J. Dilla documentary and some wallpapers. The mixtape Smell The DA.I.S.Y. is available for download on HNHH here.
  • We haven't had a leak from Sean Price in a minute, since he dropped the hilariously-titled "N*ggerific" back in December, which you can stream here if you missed it.
  • 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.
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