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Jay Dee - "F The Police" Badge-Shaped Vinyl & "Love" 7" For RSD 2015
Jay Dee - "F The Police" Badge-Shaped Vinyl & "Love" 7" For RSD 2015



Dilla continues to signify a unique vision of timelessness and influence within Hip Hop as those who appreciate his legacy as a producer and individual carry it on with some of the most creative limited-edition vinyl projects known to the culture. Pick up these two collectors items which aare now available here at Undergroundhiphop.com


Jay Dee - 'Fuck The Police' Badge-Shaped Vinyl (7" Vinyl Single Record) 

"The Estate of James Yancey revived J.Dilla's Pay Jay Productions as a functioning imprint and announced its release of Dilla's long lost vocal album, The Diary. But before that full-length is issued, Pay Jay now announces the final single to be released from the project. It's a classic in every way. This single of Dilla's anthem was originally released as a standard 12". That vinyl is now rare and out of print. On the Pay Jay issue coming for Record Store Day, both the vocal and instrumental are sourced directly from mix-downs that Dilla himself created.

This limited edition Record Store Day release is a badge-shaped picture disc single and features Jeff Jank's ironic take on Dilla's message. The vinyl comes in a custom-made pocket inserted into a Japanese-style, resealable clear plastic sleeve well suited for the collectible this release is destined to be."



Jay Dee: Love 7" Vinyl Single Record

"This RSD exclusive release from BBE includes a Dilla classic that's been begging for a 7" single release since it debuted on his second BBE album, The Shining back in 2006. "Love" has Pharoahe Monch throwing down his rhymes over an evocative Curtis Mayfield sample and urgent yet funky soundscape from the man many argue was the greatest hiphop producer of them all. People have wanted anything and everything from the man also known as Jay Dee since his Slum Village days, and the few releases that have slipped out since his death only add to his aura. This release cements the great's legend and is a must-have for all true hip-hop heads."

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