Yes he's on soundcloud but you will get the wrong image from him cause he's lightyears ahead of those beats that he made 3 years ago. His progress is even more insane than E-Lime's. If you look at Tusal's page right now you would think that E-Lime is better lol. http://soundcloud.com/wibinator this is his soundcloud, still good beats but I can't even explain how much better he has gotten. I think he releases his tape in 2013.
With the MPC a bit longer than a year but his progress is inhuman I think. He has lots of shit he doesn't want to release cause they stole his shit before and he was angry about that. This is mostly old material. He's making beats I think 4 years now but in the 3 years he wasn't working with the MPC he didn't even make 10% of the progress he's making in this one year. I know another dude Tusal who is even better than him, his sound is similar to Dilla but very different at the same time. It's just the complex drums that makes me think that I guess.
It's better than Rebirth Of Detroit but I hate both of them sorry for that. These guys absolutely ruļned the genius of Dilla's music. He would never have released this. That's what Houseshoes and Waajeed also said. This exec. producer (Jonathan) is a snake. These beats was already released or on beat tapes, nothing new. Only good track was Detroit Madness. Why would I go and listen to shitty raps over his mindblowing beats that I already heard.
But it does depend on the uploader, like Jay Dee on YouTube has the best quality possible. I just like vinyl because of the way it looks and it's just more fun to listen to and just get happy when you touch that 12 inch. A lot of shit from Dilla is not on vinyl so it's great to have YouTube. I used to hate it but now that there are some good uploaders I do like the channel. Most of the times I listen to it from my hard disc tho. I have so many unreleased stuff but a lot of shit is on different tapes same tracks
Yes such a shame you can check it on discogs.com Vol. 2, Welcome 2 Detroit, Old Donuts, Another Batch, Fantastic 1 & 2 and all them early tapes really have that Vintage Dilla sound. I also prefer listening on Wax, vinyl and turntables is the best shit, don't like CD's that much but it's better than buying shit digital. I think Dilla was getting better and better it's really insane how producer kept gettin worse and he was improving himself. Listen to beats like Verbal Clap from De La Soul where he did the bass and shit and used the synthesizer and played that himself. I think if he was still alive he would have been even better. The reason Donuts sounds simple is because he was using the SP303 for the first time and you can hear the efx on them beats. It's all simple but he also had hidden messages in the tracks. Johnny Don't Do It (his little brother), Don't Cry (for his mother), Last Donut Of The Night.
Vol. 2 Vintage and Old Donuts I think. All his Beat Tapes are better than Donuts in my opinion, cause they have better samples and chops. Donuts was loops but it had something special. Da 1st Installment is a whole other vibe where Dilla touched on some dubstep elements before the genre even existed and became mainstream. 3 Beat Tapes, 64 Beats, Another Batch, Hiccuped Classixx, Ruff Draft, Unknown, Welcome 2 Detroit all classics. Yes Welcome 2 Detroit is crazy. Rico Suave Bossa Nova, Shake It Down (!!!!!), Featuring Phat Kat.