Rhythm Roulette With Bink! (J Dilla Edition)

Those not keen on poring over production credits are the same who’ve been criminally sleeping on Bink. The Virginia native and GRAMMY-award winning producer has humbly scored a range of undeniable classic over the past 20 years, ranging from Blackstreet’s “Don’t Leave Me” (which he co-produced with Teddy Riley) to Kanye West’s “Devil in a New Dress” (which will forever stand as a testament to the undeniable G of Rick Ross). Then there’s his work on Jay Z’s seminal album The Blueprint, which warrants a whole ‘nother conversation. Suffice it to say, he’s earned his rightful place in the conversation of all-time greats.

For the latest episode of Rhythm Roulette, we linked up with The Humble Monsta in Norfolk at The Groove Record Shop. Randomly selecting records from J Dilla’s old sample material and production, he ended up with Jan Hammer Group’s Melodies, Sly & The Family Stone’s Greatest Hits, and The Headhunters’ Survival of the FittestUltimately, he ended up zoning out to “Here and Now” (understandably) and cooked up some ill shit suitable for a late ’90s early 2000s Hov.

Watch the new episode above. And for those of you looking for a formal introduction to Bink, peep the compilation below.

J Dilla’s The Diary is now available on iTunes via Mass Appeal Records.

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