It's not often we are treated to actual never before heard treats from the late, great J Dilla but today happens to be one of those days. Fellow Detroit producer and executive Wajeed are in the process of re-launching his Bling47.com imprint; the label behind the Jay Dee "Instrumental" series. In celebration of the event he's dropping off two previously unreleased remixes for R&B-singer Ray J's 1996 single "Let It Go" as well as the "Clap Your Hands" freestyle. All three joints definitely has that dirty Detroit bass and Dilla's trademark thump reminiscent of The Ummah and early Slum Village days. Check out Wajeed's full story behind these drops! Spotted @ the mighty Crates Of JR.
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