A Journey By Pop, Rap and Jazz’s Previous, in 27 Boxed Units

By the point the tastemaking Detroit hip-hop producer J Dilla launched his 2001 debut studio album, “Welcome 2 Detroit,” he was already someplace within the realm of mythos. A member of the Soulquarians and the Ummah manufacturing collectives, he was identified for music that was each luscious and thumping — he was wildly influential and