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    Those familiar with Detroit hip-hop are undoubtedly familiar with producer, DJ, and champion of all things D, Knockoff Oakleys Discount Oakley Sunglasses House Shoes Cheap Oakley Sunglasses . In addition to producing the early work of some of the city's finest vocal talent (Proof, Elzhi, Danny Brown etc.), Shoes was mentored in beats by friend Jay Dee/J Dilla - with whom he dropped a couple of crucial indie releases in the mid/late-'90s. Some 15-years-plus in the game, Shoes' own production expertise finally enjoys a proper showcase with his excellent full-length debut as a beatsmith, Replica Oakley Sunglasses Fake Oakleys Knockoff Oakley Sunglasses Replica Oakleys Let It Go (Tres) . A week away from the long-anticipated, well-overdue project's release, we felt it only right to ask this veritable walking/talking/spinning/beat-making/Newport-pulling encyclopedia of Motor City hip-hop history to share insights on some of his favorite sample flips... Oakley Sunglasses Cheap

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    Cheap Oakley Sunglasses House Shoes: "This was EXTREMELY difficult. I started with a list of about 150 joints. Wasn't trying to snitch on anyone, so that cut that number in half. Over the last few weeks I've slowly whittled it down to ten. Here, in no particular order, are some of my favorites."

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    1. Mobb Deep - "Trife Life" (Loud, 1995)

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    2. Mad Skillz - "The Nod Factor" (Big Beat, 1995)

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    3. Grand Puba - "I Like It (I Wanna Be Where You Are)" (Elektra, 1995)

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    Replica Oakley Sunglasses House Shoes: Classic. This joint still gets it popping at prime time on the floor just like it did when it was released almost 17 years ago. Drums were PERFECTLY programmed on here. When I got the promos I went over Dilla's to play it for him and he was buggin'... He said he was just playing with the Cal Tjader sample a few days earlier, but he couldn't get the filter to come out as heavy as Mark Sparks did... Always wanted to let dude know he had Dilla trippin' out on this joint...

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    4. Dert Floyd - "Money" (Westside of the Moon, 2008)

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    5. D'Angelo - "Send It On" (Virgin, 2000)

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    6. A Tribe Called Quest - "Get A Hold" (Jive, 1996)

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    House Shoes: This shit right here? This was the first beat I ever saw Dilla make. In a small, damn near cubicle sized pre-production room at RJ Rice's studio, Jay created this in a little under 15 minutes. And he was getting frustrated that it took him THAT long. Insane. The way he rearranged the vocals. "Suddenly... drifting baaack..." Nobody is fucking with Jay.

    7. J. Dilla - "Waves" (Stones Throw, 2006)

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    9. Slum Village - "Raise It Up" (GoodVibe, 2000)

    PRODUCER: Jay Dee

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    10. J Dilla - "In The Streets" (Operation Unknown, 2007)

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    House Shoes: This Ringo shit is comedy. For real. Who would even keep listening to this song? And when the break even comes? What do you do with that? And how do you turn that shit from something so extremely friendly, into something so ridiculously hard? I heard that Busta cut to this. Let's hope that we hear it one day. Most likely post-YMCMB or mixtape. Fingers crossed.

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    HONORABLE MENTION #2: Phat Kat - "Microphone Master" (HouseShoes Recordings, 1999)

    PRODUCER: Jay Dee

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    Vangelis - "So Long Ago, So Clear" (RCA, 1975)

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    Cheap Ray Bans House Shoes: Three different records. All in key. Four parts of a King Crimson joint made to sound like one loop. Perfectly placed pieces of a Sade record (that I've honestly never been able to place - it's definitely Sade, though). And when he cuts in the Vangelis joint at the end and lets it ride out flawlessly over that beat? This is when I started looking at Jay like he was really an asshole on that MP. That shit was totally uncalled for. Definitely impossible to wrap your head around what a Dilla beat tape would sound like in 2012 if he was still here.

    So there you have it. A handful of what I feel are the illest sample flips ever. I could have done 100 of these. Holla.

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    • oskamadison

      Anothe banger! I'll have to check for House Shoes' joints.

      "The way he flipped this joint should be studied and could possibly assist in ending cancer, AIDS, and other incurable diseases"...House, you's a fool, lol...

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    • Kamau

      Isn't "Trife Life" a Havoc beat?

    • Godzilla Jr.

      #8 is a beast!

    • Mike Bell

      I also thought Trife Life was produced by Havoc.

    • HughPhug

      yeah i thought Trife Life was produced by Havoc also, maybe House Shoes knows something we dont?
      Still Q-Tip is a way underated producer, mainly cos so many people dont realise how many dope ass beats he produced for Tribe and others.
      I remember being in some wack ass club in Australia some years ago, all fucking techno and handbag music, fucking awful, hated it, but that Extra Dry record came on and i was like whoa! what the fuck? i wet running up to the dj booth to find out what it was. screaming at the guy to rewind and start it again 'thats fucking slum village man!'
      i tracked the guy down after the show and the dumb fuck had no idea what i was talking about, 'Jay Dee? i dont know man...'
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      took years to find someone who knew what i was talking about!

    • oskamadison

      As far as "Trife Life" goes, I believe it was credited to Mobb Deep (Havoc) but Q-Tip did some mixing on that song and beefed up the drums a little. Check complex.com's "The Making of The Infamous".

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    • Raul Cornejo

      Actually "In The Streets" was released on that album "Jay Love Japan", exclusively released in....guess where? Top selection right here... Ringo Starr, only Dilla would pull that kinda shit off.

    • Daniel

      That Ringo Starr song is a cover of a Van Dyke Parks song. It's off VDP's "Discover America" album and it's far from comedy.

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