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  3. One of the original turntablists, J-Rocc founded the Beat Junkies in 1992 with Melo-D and Rhettmatic, but has done just as much on his own as in…

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  6. Alias of hip-hop producer Madlib, also known as Madlib the Beat Konducta.

  7. Malik Flavors is one of four fictitious characters of Madlib's Jazz-based, hip hop and Electronic-influenced Yesterdays New Quintet sideproject.

  8. In late 2005 Ghostface Killah and MF DOOM were both recording over tracks from J Dilla's instrumental opus, Donuts, which saw release the following…

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  11. This is another alias of the ever prolific producer Madlib. This group appears on the recent Yesterday's Universe record. The final instalment in…

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  13. THIS IS'NT ME YALL THE MUSIC IS BUT NOT THIS PIC DONT BE FOOLED GO TO KAZI.BANDCAMP.COM

    PEACE AND SORRY I LET THIS HAPPEN

  14. Fans of West Coast underground hip-hop know Roc C for his debut mic appearance on the 2004 Oh No single “Move Pt. 2,” produced by J Dilla.…

  15. One of Madlib's Jazz Cats personalities and a member of Yesterday's New Quintet. As well as releasing his EP Ahmad's First, he has also played on…

  16. Peanut Butter Wolf, before making his name as a DJ and Producer and before founding Stones Throw Records, was programming drums for a one-man…

  17. Otis Jackson Jr., known professionally as Madlib, is a Los Angeles, California-based DJ, multi-instrumentalist, MC, and music producer born on October…

  18. Another Madlib invasion.

  19. Medaphoar aka M.E.D. (respectively MED).

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