Unreleased J Dilla track 'Give Em What They Want' surfaces - listen

The song is taken from forthcoming 'The Diary' LP

Unreleased J Dilla track 'Give Em What They Want' surfaces - listen
A new unreleased J Dilla track has been shared online. You can listen it it at the bottom of the page, via Spin.

'Give Em What They Want' is taken from a six-track single due for release on May 21. The record will also include tracks 'The Doe' and 'So Far', both produced by Supa Dave West. The rest of the release will be comprised of instrumentals.

A new album from the late Dilla called 'The Diary' is also in the works and is planned to include more lost raps. It will be released on 12 inch vinyl on the Pay Jay imprint, which is now managed by the rapper's family and estate.

The late hip hop producer – real name James Yancey – passed away in 2006 at the age of 32, dying from a cardiac arrest related to the rare blood disease he was suffering from.


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