Posts Tagged ‘Frank Nitt’

Frank N Dank And Jay Dee EP on vinyl or digital download

04.28.17 / Artists, Featured, General

There is a very limited number of the Record Store Day 2017 release from Frank ‘N’ Dank and Jay Dee still remaining. Once this red vinyl 12″ EP is sold out, it is gone for good.

 Get yours now! Also available as a digital download. Choose format: 12″ red vinyl digital download – mp3 Side A 1. Let’s Go 2. Things Ain’t The Same 3. Reach For The Sky Side B 1. Let’s Go (instrumental) 2. Things Ain’t The Same (instrumental) 3. Reach For The []

Delicious Vinyl Celebrates Record Store Day With Unheard Music From Frank ‘N’ Dank and Jay Dee aka J Dilla

03.09.17 / Artists, Catalog, Featured, General

  Detroit’s Frank Nitt went diggin’ in the J Dilla (aka Jay Dee) vault and found three previously unreleased Frank ‘N’ Dank cuts. Recorded at Dilla’s Clinton Township, Michigan studio in 2002, on the heels of Frank ‘N’ Dank’s LP 48 Hours, this Dilla recording session remained locked away for a decade and a half. “These cuts are unheard. Never on a mixtape. Never on a test pressing. These ain’t ever been out. Nobody’s ever had their hands on them. Maybe someone in Dilla’s inner []

Frank Nitt And Producer RobRoy Release New Album Asphalt Runways

06.01.16 / Artists, Featured, General

AVAILABLE NOW On the heels of his critically acclaimed solo effort, 2015’s Frankie Rothstein, Frank Nitt (Frank N Dank, Yancey Boys, J Dilla) has formed a new label, Primo Atto Entertainment, with Milan, Italy based Eritrean producer/engineer Robroy, to release a collaborative album, Asphalt Runways. With production duties handled solely by Robroy and the witty wordplay provided by Nitt, (along with a host of premiere MCs, musicians and singers including Terry “Zapp” Troutman, Bishop Lamont, Illa J, OhNo, Guilty Simpson, Botni Applebum, Rhettmatic, Mixtapers, Jay []

Frank Nitt Set To Return With A New Album And Single

03.22.16 / Artists, Featured, General

On the heels of his critically acclaimed solo effort, 2015’s Frankie Rothstein, Frank Nitt (Frank N Dank, Yancey Boys, J Dilla) has formed a new label, Primo Atto Entertainment, with Milan, Italy based Eritrean producer/engineer Robroy to release a collaborative album, Asphalt Runways. With production duties handled solely by Robroy and the witty wordplay provided by Nitt, (along with a host of premiere MCs, musicians and singers including Terry “Zapp” Troutman, Bishop Lamont, Illa J, OhNo, Guilty Simpson, Botni Applebum, Rhettmatic, Mixtapers, Jay Vernon, Rah []

Yancey Boys Team Up With Slum Village For New Single

08.28.14 / General

Available in mp3 or lossless wav format Yancey Boys (illa J & Frank Nitt) along with members of the exteneded Detroit family Slum Village have teamed up for a brand new single, “Global Warming”. Okayplayer.com says “Though Jay Dee’s touch didn’t grace the record, Young RJ comes through with a righteously sinister production that swings with the great, throwing big, lush string arrangements over some minor chord madness guitar chops lurking under a filtered drum treatment, guaranteed to make heads knock. Delicious Vinyl is the []

Yancey Boys LP Sunset Blvd. with J Dilla beats, Common

10.29.13 / Featured

Choose Format: Vinyl LP / Instrumental LP / Compact Disc / mp3 or lossless wav With its rapturous single “Quicksand” featuring Common, Sunset Blvd. also teams Yancey Boys with De La Soul’s Posdnuos (“Beautiful”), The Pharcyde’s SlimKid3 (“Rock My World”), and T3 of Slum Village (“Jeep Volume”), making it clear that the Dilla legacy is being represented by those who knew and collaborated with Dilla in his lifetime. Additional guests on Sunset Blvd. include DJs Rhettmatic, C-Minus, and JRocc (Beat Junkies) as well as rap []

Yancey Boys release “Quicksand” feat. Common and Dezi Paige, prod. by J Dilla

08.27.13 / Artists, Featured

In anticipation of the forthcoming Sunset Blvd., Frank Nitt and Illa J, a.k.a. the Yancey Boys, are releasing the first official single from the album: “Quicksand.” The smooth J Dilla-produced beat is blessed with honeyed vocals from Dezi Paige and rolling rhymes from Illa J, Frank Nitt, and Chicago-born, Grammy award-winning artist Common. The end result is a solid and sweet sounding ode to self-prophesy and artistic determination. The B-side “The Fisherman” boasts a vintage J-Dilla beat and features a measured chorus from Vice, heavy []