Monday, June 22, 2009

Tune of the day! Janet Jackson/J Dilla

A bonafide classic and a massive influence on hip-hop producers for years after, it is typical that Dilla got little credit for this even though it was his only hit! Jam and Lewis got credit at the grammy's, but the true heads know who was responsible! This was a special tune for me in the Back Bar of Sir Henrys and Janet remains a pop star who always comes up with some good club jams every so often! Q Tips verse is dope too and similar to what he was doing on the Dilla produced "Sometimes" by the Brand New Heavies at the same time; another great tune! Enjoy the other Dilla mix and the original too!

and also

Joni Mitchell

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