Yea, don't they know its dangerous in these streets? Dont you know its gangs of us that roll deep? Nigga! We O'G's fill up the whole jeep, nigga Ill wit the flows,and deal with the beats Ill in the Rover, its over homes we hold deez The reason we hold beans its no peace in the streets With the police in the streets, Yo It's cops that owe niggas Dough for O's and ki's It's more. than a beef with five-oh In the streets with the five-oh its a game of survival, duke Now tell me who protects me from you?
On sale: j dilla – fuck the police. J Dilla’s classic, out of print for over a decade, has been remastered from Dilla’s original mixes and issued on Pay Jay Productions as a badge-shaped 9 picture disc single. Both the vocal and instrumental come straight from mix-downs that Dilla himself created. This is a Record Store Day release
The Shining is the third studio album by American hip hop producer and rapper J Dilla, who died February 10, 2006. The Shining was incomplete at the time of J Dilla's passing and was posthumously completed. Discounting the instrumental album Donuts, The Shining was the first full-length solo release by J Dilla (featuring newly recorded vocals) since Welcome 2 Detroit five years earlier, and as such was highly anticipated. It was released on August 22, 2006 through BBE Records.
Fuck the Police" subsequently became one of J Dilla's most well-known songs as a solo emcee. The track is built upon a sample of René Costy & His Orchestra's 1972 track "Scrabble", from which the drum break and violin sample are taken from . Jay Stay Paid is the fifth studio album by album by American hip hop recording artist J Dilla. It was released as an album on June 2,2009 under Nature Sounds. Despite the fact that the album has contributing vocals from several artists, the album is a 28 track collection of unreleased Dilla beats mixed and arranged by Pete Rock. Although Jay Stay Paid is mostly instrumental, it includes vocals from several artists that Dilla worked with or admired, such as Black Thought, Raekwon, MF DOOM.
J Dilla – Fuck The Police. Label: Pay Jay Productions – PJ1005. Fuck The Police (Instrumental). Companies, etc. Manufactured By – Pirates Press. Pressed By – GZ Media – 126981M. Artwork – Jeff Jank.
Although the album features Dilla 12-inch classics like Fuck the Police, tracks like opener The Introduction - which you can hear below - have never been released. Rolling Stone talked to Alapatt about what should be a chapter-closing landmark for one of our generation’s most beloved and influential producers. Six of these tracks have already surfaced as PayJay single. eah, basically what happened was I needed to try to come up with funds to assemble this album and Dilla, as many people know, died with a tremendous debt to the IRS, a debt which still hasn’t been paid
Disclaimer - The views expressed on this recording Are solely those of the artist and by no means Do we encourage or condone violence against law officials Ugh, it's for you, it's for you! Ugh, yea this is for all my street niggas! On the count of 3 say Fuck The Police Applaud any nigga (scratch) We can lose a few of em, we got enough of em My niggas on the corner, they be dodgin and duckin em Bitches gettin' pulled over end up fuckin em And see we got these fake cops They thought he had a gun Made a mistake cops, I hate
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
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|UA 3017-1||Jay Dee||Fuck The Police (12")||Up Above Records||UA 3017-1||US||2001|
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|UA 3017||Jay Dee||Fuck The Police (12", TP)||Up Above Records||UA 3017||US||2001|