Producer: Jay Dee. Rene Costy & His Orchestra. Sample appears at 0:03. Fill Your Eyes by Pretty Lights (2008). DNA by Fila Brazillia (2002). Sample chain found! Songs that sampled J Dilla's Fuck the Police: Fuck the Police by Thurz (2011). Police! by NKS (2012). Enemy at Home by GM Grimm and Superstar Jet Jaguar feat. Cover versions of Rene Costy & His Orchestra's Scrabble: Scrabble by The Louie Gee Ensemble (2009).
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Dilla was instructed to write Fuck the Police – which was released under the Jay Dee name – by his mother, as a protest against the racial profiling and harassment he received daily on Detroit’s east side. Because it was born from personal experience, Dilla grabbed the mic himself for his most lyrically charged piece, extending a caveat for sensitive listeners: Any offended people, suck my balls. Sampling René Costy & His Orchestra’s Scrabble, Dilla transforms a violin into a flute that beckons in a call-and-response around a kicking drum break, and serves a writ for corruption in the police department. The track was so incendiary that MCA refused to release it, so it was put out instead on the indie hip-hop label Up Above Records. Workinonit jolts the album into life with a deep, resonant charge lead by Dilla’s sonic signature, a siren taken from Mantronix’s King of the Beats.
Scrabble, fuck the police (7 inch). Jay Dee. Yancey boys - instrumentals (2X12 coloured vinyl). Delicious Vinyl, dv9047lp.
His underground club hit Fuck The Police sampled Rene Costy’s Scrabble to great effect. Both tracks featured here on a nice collectable 45 along with bonus cuts from the one and only DJ Jazzy Jeff. More Items From Rene Costy, Jay DeeSee all. Jay Dee Yancey Boys Instrument Delicious Vinyl LP. Jay Dee Welcome to Detroit BBE LP. Jay Dee Jay Deelicious: The Delicious Vinyl Years Delicious Vinyl LP.
Fuck The Police Lyrics. Let me tell you about this bitch I know She the dirtiest bitch I know She done fucked every nigga I know at least one time She ride around all day looking for something to snatch Picky bitch she prefer browns and blacks Picture this call a store liquor store around twelve o'clock A nigga walked out looking.
Jay Dee’s Fuck the Police was originally recorded for Dilla’s debut solo vocal album, The Diary to be released on MCA Records around 2001. It would be the follow-up to his BBE Beat Generation LP, Welcome To Detroit, which was part of a series of producer based albums that featured other rappers on top of his beats. But The Diary would be the opposite of that, with Dilla rapping over different producers’ beats, such as Pete Rock, Madlib, Nottz, House Shoes, and Karriem Riggins. Dilla’s track is built upon a sample of Belgian musician Rene Costy’s 1972 track Scrabble, from which the drum break and violin sample are taken from. It was a harder, more stripped down sound than the vibey style his fans were used to. I heard ‘Fuck the Police’ and was like ‘Where the fuck are those drums from?,’ producer Rich Medina said of the record in 2012.
René Costy - Scrabble. Album: Expectancy, 2017. Taken from the LP Chappell Mood Music Vol. 26 CMM226 from 1972 this track was composed by the Belgian Rene Costy. If you like your Fender Rhodes check out 2:37! Show more.
Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741
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