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Jay Dee (aka J. Dilla) - 'Wild' (Audio MP3 Stream)

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Producer:Jay Dee (aka J. Dilla)
Label:Stones Throw Records
Date added:3/8/2007
Song time:02:19
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Total Comments: 3
5 Stars
Name: Sandman83 (Posted: 7/23/2009 2:51:00 PM; Partial IP:
Location: Richmond, VA
Comment: I LOVE THIS SONG...I am a HUGE Dilla Fan...This song is so addictive it's ridiculous!!!! I agree with Ice Gorilla...this is Vintage, Creative, Experimental Dilla....the result? HOT!!!! Long Live the King of the personal influence... James Yancey!!!!
3 Stars
Name: Pele won (Posted: 5/12/2007 8:01:00 PM)
Summary: This Sh*t Is Dope The First Couple Times...
Comment: But the beat kinda gets old quick, still a fun cut, The kid kills me.
Name: Ice Gorilla (Posted: 3/22/2007 11:15:00 AM)
Comment: When J. Dilla delved into the more obscure aspects of his massive beat repertoire the results were almost good, but always fairly strange. "Wild" follows the Donuts example, as Dilla mashes a collection of seemingly disparate sounds a high pitched child, a rolling timpani, and what seems to be some kind of humming noise- into a surprisingly attractive beat, and then it ties it together with the simplest of bass lines. It isn't standard hip-hop (but really did Dilla ever make a beat that didn't transcend the genre?), but you can feel the spirit of the artist in every drum beat and it is well worth the purchase.