Jay Dee


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Donuts isn’t so much a Jay Dee solo album proper as a guided tour through the Detroit hiphop producer’s private sample ‘n’ loop archive. The jarringly jerry-rigged disc may be a bumpy ride for fans of Dilla’s butta-smooth Slum Village productions, but break-spotting hiphop fans will find this revealing spin through obscure 70s sweet soul, library funk, screwy prog and toy commercials an endlessly fascinating trip of discovery. Even if you don’t know your Pollution II from your Population II records, Donuts still makes for a helluva head-nodding mix.

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