When it comes to unsung Japanese musical legends, they don’t get more talented than Nujabes. A record label founder, record-store owner, and hip hop groundbreaker here in Tokyo, it’s hard to imagine what Japan’s hip hop scene would look like without his efforts. Though a little more elusive than many other past hip hop icons, there’s a bit to learn about this genre pushing producer.
Call me stupid but, i thought Nujabes's style died with him. This was until Spotify gave me some of Nitsua and Nomak to listen to. It seems like a good deal of the people here also know who J Dilla and this question also pertains to him. So i'm curious if there are other people that follow Nujabes or J Dilla's form with success like Nitsua does for Nujabes. I've seen the name Shing02 thrown.
Share, download and print free Sheet music for piano, guitar, flute and more on the world's largest community of Sheet music creators.As a long time listener of Nujabes, the Luv-Sic series always has a place in my heart. But out of the 6, I have to say part 2 is just a pure masterpiece. Don't get me wrong, I love all the Luv-Sics out there, but part 2 has something in it that just makes it so much more appealing than the other parts. The soft boom-bap jazz hiphop beat of it mixed with Shing02's poetic verses makes it so.Studio Album (3) - Single (1) Samurai Champloo Music Record: Departure. 2004.