Album artwork for Yancey Boys Instrumentals. by Jay Dee aka J Dilla

Shortly after Jay Dee’s younger brother Illa J’s solo debut was issued on Delicious Vinyl, the label and the artist knew the next step in honoring Jay Dee’s legacy was to issue the complete instrumentals from Yancey Boys as a stand-alone release.

This mother lode of previously untouched (at the time) beats dates as far back as Jay Dee’s time working on the Pharcyde’s sophomore album, 1995’s Labcabincalifornia .
As Delicious Vinyl owner Michael Ross explains, “From ‘95 through ’98 Jay Dee was my go-to guy for hot beats and remixes. He was always making beats, always. So there was a select amount of tracks that he composed for me during that time, tracks as good as anything he’d done, only they never got used.” Once these beats were used for Illa J’s Yancey Boys they were presented to the public on Yancey Boys Instrumentals.

Jay Dee aka J Dilla

Yancey Boys Instrumentals.

Delicious Vinyl
Album artwork for Album artwork for Yancey Boys Instrumentals. by Jay Dee aka J Dilla by Yancey Boys Instrumentals. - Jay Dee aka J Dilla
Album artwork for Yancey Boys Instrumentals. by Jay Dee aka J Dilla
LPx2

$34.99

Limited to 2000 copies
Released 11/25/2022Catalogue Number

DLVN9095.1

Jay Dee aka J Dilla

Yancey Boys Instrumentals.

Delicious Vinyl
Album artwork for Album artwork for Yancey Boys Instrumentals. by Jay Dee aka J Dilla by Yancey Boys Instrumentals. - Jay Dee aka J Dilla
Album artwork for Yancey Boys Instrumentals. by Jay Dee aka J Dilla
LPx2

$34.99

Limited to 2000 copies
Released 11/25/2022Catalogue Number

DLVN9095.1

Shortly after Jay Dee’s younger brother Illa J’s solo debut was issued on Delicious Vinyl, the label and the artist knew the next step in honoring Jay Dee’s legacy was to issue the complete instrumentals from Yancey Boys as a stand-alone release.

This mother lode of previously untouched (at the time) beats dates as far back as Jay Dee’s time working on the Pharcyde’s sophomore album, 1995’s Labcabincalifornia .
As Delicious Vinyl owner Michael Ross explains, “From ‘95 through ’98 Jay Dee was my go-to guy for hot beats and remixes. He was always making beats, always. So there was a select amount of tracks that he composed for me during that time, tracks as good as anything he’d done, only they never got used.” Once these beats were used for Illa J’s Yancey Boys they were presented to the public on Yancey Boys Instrumentals.