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TRACKS PRODUCED BY KANYE

1. Izzo (H.O.V.A.) by Jay-Z

2. Grammy Family by Consequence

3. Let Me Tell You Something by T.I.

4. Heaven by John Legend

5. Encore by JAY Z

6. Angel by The Game

7. These Walls (Dirty MC Edit) by Nappy Roots

8. Otis by Jay-Z

9. Make Her Say by Kid Cudi

10. There Will Be Tears by Mr Hudson

11. Used To Love U by John Legend

12. Supernova by Mr Hudson

13. Rebuilding by Goodie Mob

14. Chi-City by Common

15. Knock Knock by Monica

16. More Or Less by Shyne

17. Do U Wanna Ride by Jay-Z

18. The Rape Over by Mos Def

19. Break My Heart by Common

20. GO! by Common

21.Ghetto by The Madd Rapper

22. Let’s Get Lifted by John Legend

23. D-12 World by D12

24. Live It Up by John Legend

25. Flashing Lights by Kanye West

26. Around My Way by Talib Kweli

27. Talk About Our Love by Brandy

28.Dreams by The Game

29.Selfish by Slum Village

30. Start The Show by Common

31. Not The One by The Madd Rapper

32. Paid The Price by Do Or Die

33. I Wanna Love U by Memphis Bleek

34. Straight No Chaser by Mr Hudson

35. Get Down by Beanie Sigel

36. You’re All Alone by The Madd Rapper

37.Didn’t I by Leela James

38. Swagga Like Us (Feat. Jay-Z, Kanye West & Lil’ Wayne] by T.I.

39. Ghetto by Smitty

40. Billie Jean 2008 Kanye West Mix (Thriller 25th Anniversary Remix) by Michael Jackson

41. Guess Who’s Back by Scarface

42. Hear The Song by Freeway

43.Stronger by Kanye West

44. The Cool by Lupe Fiasco

45. Another Summer by 213

46. Gettin’ It In by Jadakiss

47. No Problems by DJ Kayslay

48. 03’ Bonnie & Clyde by Jay-Z

49. It’s Bigger Than Hip Hop by Dead Prez

50. Izzo (H.O.V.A.) by JAY Z

51. New World Symphony by Miri Ben-Ari

52. The Good, The Bad, The Ugly by Consequence

53. Brand New (Dirty Version) by Rhymefest

54.I Swear by Petey Pablo

55. Strawberry Bounce by Janet Jackson

56. Show Me A Good Time (Album Version (Explicit)) by Drake

57. One Last Time by Twista

58.I Got A Love by Jin

59.Dead Or Alive by Cam'ron

60. Let The Beat Build by Lil Wayne

61. Nothing Like It by Beanie Sigel

62. Still Dreaming by Nas

63. Get By by Talib Kweli

64. Lucifer by JAY Z

65. New God Flow.1 (Album Version (Explicit)) by Kanye West

66. Fly Away by Miri Ben-Ari

67. Sunshine by Mos Def

68. Slow Jamz by Twista

69. Party by Beyonc‚

70. I Try by Talib Kweli

71. Gangsta, Gangsta by Beanie Sigel

72. Stand Up by Ludacris

73. The Morning (Album Version (Explicit)) by Raekwon

74. You Don’t Know My Name by Alicia Keys

75. Everything I Love (Feat. Nas & Cee-Lo) by Diddy

76. Don’t Forget ‘Em by Consequence

77. Throw Your Hands (In The Air) (Dirty) by Mobb Deep

78. Where You Wanna Be by Brandy

79. I Changed My Mind by Keyshia Cole

80. Down by Chris Brown

81. Came Back For You by Lil’ Kim

82. The One (Album Version (Explicit)) by Kanye West

83. This Way by Dilated Peoples

84. Doin’ My Job by T.I.

85. Bull’s-Eye (Suddenly) by Syleena Johnson

86. Wouldn’t Get Far by The Game

87. It’s Alright by Leela James

88. Everything I Love by Diddy

89. Drive Slow by Paul Wall

90. Grown Man, Pt.2 by Young Gunz

91. My Life by Foxy Brown

92. Find Your Love by Drake

93. My Life (Feat. Mary J. Blige) by Fabolous

94. Higher by Do Or Die

95. I Want You by Janet Jackson

96. Chi Town by Da Brat

Fast rising San Francisco Bay starlet Kehlani teams up with New Orleans newcomer Ambré Perkins on a sensational remix cover of Drake and PARTYNEXTDOOR’s Preach, making the song all their own. Their Preach is a sensually soothing and feathery, framed by the muted hues and soft ambiance of Eric Bardales’ production.  Ambré Perkins certainly had my curiosity piqued with this appearance with Kehlani, and a deeper dig on her soundcloud produced the below sultry gem, Str8 Up, produced by Swagg R’Celious. New hip hop and pop artist to watch? I think so!

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could use some feedback on this, it’s my first beat. 

RIP J Dilla, one of rap’s all-time great producers who passed away 8 years ago today from complications lupus and TTP, just 3 days after releasing the now classic and heavily sampled Donuts.

While any number of Dilla tracks could vie for title of “the best” from his early work with Pharcyde to neo-soul benchmarks with Erykah Badu and D'Angelo, it’s “Last Donut of the Night”, the final track from Donuts that I personally keep coming back to. Every fragment of his sound comes together in the track: warm but heavy drums, calculated snaps, tender soul vocals, invitingly obscure samples, and hypnotic guitar riffs. The track posits Dilla as “the star of our show”, and while the humble producer who often walked around with his hat pulled low never found that full “stardom” in life he has now it.

“Last Donut of the Night”