Frank-N-Dank - 48 Hours Instrumentals mp3 album
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Frank n Dank (real names Frank Bush and Derrick Harvey) are an American hip hop group from Detroit, Michigan. They also go by the names Frank Nitt (previously known as Frank Nitty, which is a reference to the 1930s crime boss Frank Nitti) and Dankery Harv, and are best known for their many collaborations with the late J Dilla. Known for their party-driven, tongue-in-cheek raps, the duo first came to public attention as guests on producer J Dilla's album, Welcome 2 Detroit in 2001. The group signed a recording deal with MCA Records, but their 2003 album, 48 Hours, was at first rejected by the label, reworked with new production and resubmitted by the group, and finally shelved by the label altogether. Bootlegs of the reworked version eventually surfaced on the underground.
Frank N Dank’s 48 Hours is just such a recording. Why so few samples from Dilla? Was that MCA’s decision as they didn’t believe they could get clearances? Why did MCA shelve the recording for so long? Where’s the original version ? There are nearly more questions about this album than cuts on the album. But according to Frank, contrary to popular belief there was never an 'original version’ of 48 Hours. We started recording songs to sample driven beats of Dilla‘s and we got 80% of the album done and Dilla decided to change the beats to all the songs.
12" Vinyl lp UK. Digi Pop, dv9068lp. All the instrumentals for Frank-N-Danks album 48 Hours, produced by J Dilla.
Stargate SG-1 (season 5). The Clash (album). HIDDEN ERROR: Usage of "Occupation?s?" is not recognized. The group signed a recording deal with MCA Records, but their 2003 album, 48 Hrs, was at first rejected by the label, reworked with new production and resubmitted by the group, and finally shelved by the label altogether. The album was entirely produced by J Dilla, who uses very few samples throughout the album, instead choosing to concoct synth-driven beats for the MCs to rhyme over
Album · 2003 · 15 Songs. Listen on Apple Music. 48 Hours Instrumentals. Frank 'N' Dank and Jay Dee - EP. 2017.
Frank n Dank are an American hip hop group from Detroit, Michigan . The album was entirely produced by J Dilla, who uses very few samples throughout the album, instead choosing to concoct synth-driven beats for the MCs to rhyme over. It is believed that the original version of
48 Hrs" is the debut album by rap duo Frank-n-Dank. It was unofficially released in August 5, 2003. The whole album was produced by J Dilla. 48 Hrs" can be seen as a collaboration between J Dilla and Frank-N-Dank, as the former not only produces the whole record but also played a large role in bringing the group to a larger underground audience, through their appearance on "Welcome 2 Detroit", as well as producing various 12"s released prior to the album
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|A1||Get Cha B%^ch|
|A4||Pimp Strut Part 1|
|A5||Pimp Strut Part 2|
|A6||Where The Parties At?|
|A7||Y'all Don't Want It|
|B1||Y'all Don't Want It (Remix)|
|B2||Sex On The Beach|
|B6||Keep It Coming
Drums [Live Drum Replay] – Questlove
- Copyright (c) – DigiPop LLC
- Mixed By – Todd Fairall
- Producer, Mixed By – J Dilla
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- Barcode: 8 29357 90681 6
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