Questlove took on the 1s and 2s in NYC last month to rock a set of J Dilla beats played live by The Roots.  You may remember the Dilla Joints album we posted a while back, well this session unearthed more unreleased gems from those sessions.  Check out the full 60 min video below, or download the mix as an MP3.

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7 Responses to “Questlove – DJ Set @ Boiler Room, NYC 10-8-12 (The Roots play Dilla mix)”
  1. Matt O'Donnell says:

    Steven Mandel, the engineer for the Roots mentioned back in February that he was mixing about 40 new Dilla Jawns, but with swift.fm down, ?questlove was holding off on releasing them. Thus, this is a huge treat.

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