Jake One

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Jake One
Origin Seattle, Washington
Genres Hip hop, Northwest hip hop
Occupations Producer
Years active 1992–present
Labels G-Unit Records, Rhymesayers Entertainment
Associated acts 50 Cent, G-Unit, M.O.P., Freeway, Brother Ali

Jacob Dutton, better known as Jake One, is an American hip hop record producer from Seattle, Washington.[1][2]

Biography[edit]

Dutton grew up in Capitol Hill and moved to the North End of Seattle when he was 15.[2] He started making music on a Casio keyboard in 1992.[3] He attended the University of Washington and gave a tape of his music to a friend who worked in a local record store. One of the store's other employees, the DJ Mr. Supreme heard the tape, and when he set up his Conception Records label, he used Dutton to create backing tracks.[2] The first record he produced was Eclipse's "World Premier".[3] His early influences included Pete Rock, Dr. Dre, DJ Premier, and Marley Marl.[4]

He was a part of the G-Unit production team, The Money Management Group. His first album credited to Jake One, White Van Music, was released on October 7, 2008 on Rhymesayers Entertainment, which features contributions from Brother Ali, Young Buck, De La Soul, M.O.P., Freeway, DOOM, Slug, and Keak da Sneak.[5][6][7]

He has had tracks included on the soundtracks to films such as Get Rich or Die Tryin' (50 Cent's "I Don't Know Officer"), The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift ("Jake Alert"), and Gone Baby Gone. [8][9][10]

In 2010, Jake One released two collaborative albums, The Stimulus Package with Freeway and Patience with Truthlive.[11][12]

He also produced Brother Ali's full-length album Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color on Rhymesayers Entertainment.

Discography[edit]

Albums[edit]

Album information
White Van Music
  • Released: October 7, 2008
  • Certification:
  • Billboard 200: -
  • R&B/Hip-Hop: -
  • U.S. Sales: 10,200
  • Singles: "The Truth"
The Stimulus Package (with Freeway)
  • Released: February 16, 2010
  • Certification:
  • Billboard 200: 63
  • R&B/Hip-Hop: -
  • U.S. Sales: 15,000
  • Singles: "Know What I Mean", "She Makes Me Feel Alright"
Patience (with Truthlive)
  • Released: April 20, 2010
  • Certification:
  • Billboard 200: -
  • R&B/Hip-Hop: -
  • U.S. Sales: Unknown
  • Single: "Catalyst for Change"

Production[edit]

1998

  • "World Premier", "No Introduction", "No Introdeezy", "Neva Scared", "Essay on Pseudo-ism", "Thoughts I Generate" (from the Conception Records compilation Walkman Rotation)

1999

  • "Eyez on the Prize", "Game Trump Tight" by Snoop Dogg, JT The Bigga Figga, and Kutfather(from the Trump Tight Records compilation Eyez on the Prize)

2001

  • "Ice Age" (from the Mix Master Mike compilation album Spin Psycle)
  • "Writers Guild", "Odds on Favorite", "All Stars", "The Trade", "Net Worth", "All I Have Left" (from the Boom Bap Project album Circumstance Dictates)
  • "Hard Core" (by Kutfather)

2002

2003

  • "Ends to Means" (from the DJ Babu album Duck Season Vol. 2)
  • "The Sweet Science", "Put Your Hands Up", "We Get Live" & "San Fran To The Town" feat. Casual (from the Rasco album Escape from Alcatraz)
  • "Betta Ask Somebody" (from the G-Unit album Beg for Mercy)
  • "Fatal Mistake", "Walk With My Dogs", "Sashay" (from the Sly Boogy album Judgement Day)
  • "Super Education Part 2" (from the compilation Lyricist Lounge: West Coast)
  • "Feels Good" (from the Krondon Feels Good/The Way A Nigga Think VLS)

2004

  • "The Ride of Your Life", "Rat Race", "Flashback", "Up", "To Know You", "Hold On", "In a Minute Doe", "Evolution", "Moonshine" (from the Gift of Gab album 4th Dimensional Rocketships Going Up)
  • "Days of Our Lives", "Rock Co.Kane Flow" (from the De La Soul album The Grind Date)
  • "Fallback" (from the Kardinal Offishall mixtape Kill Bloodclott Bill)
  • "As Long As I'm Alive" (from the Planet Asia album The Grand Opening)
  • "Layover", "Step It Up Or Wrap It Up", "Zigga Zigga", "The Schizm", "Chocolate Pop Corn" feat. Choklate", "My Way Home" feat. DJ Topspin (from the Encore album Layover)
  • "Viewtiful Flow" (from the Vast Aire album Look Mom...No Hands)
  • "Hoe Cakes (Jake One Remix)" (from the MF Doom bonus disc MM..LeftOvers)
  • "Let The Drums Speak", "Lookin' For Kessell", "Smack Ya' Back", "The Hard Wizzle", "Gangster Mauriat", "Scream", "Hommula" & "The Return Of Hommie" (from the Jake One Vinyl LP Records Tale Of The Tape (Instrumentals))

2005

2006

2007

2008

2009

  • "Ballskin", "Rap Ambush", "Microwave Mayo", "More Rhymin'" (from the DOOM album Born Like This)
  • "Won't Be Long" (from the Rakim album The Seventh Seal)
  • "Dream" (from Elzhi mixtape The Leftovers Unmixedtape)
  • "The Return", "Wake Up", "Yah Have Mercy" (from the D.Black album Ali'Yah)
  • "Get Right" feat. Mistah F.A.B. & Baba Zumbi, "Seasoned" feat. Nightclubber Lang & "Cali" feat. Spank Pops & J Billion (from the Jern Eye album Vision)
  • "No Substitute", "Life Line" feat. One Be Lo (from the Supastition album Splitting Image)
  • "Back On The Map" feat. Maino (by Skyzoo on The Power Of Words Mixtape hosted by DJ Drama & Statik Selektah)
  • "They Don't Know" feat. Mohalyn (by Kaze (rapper) on the First In Flight aka 4Letters Mixtape hosted by DJ Whoo Kid)
  • "Poppa's Got A New Gat (Jake One Mix)", "SmArt Peddler (Jake One Mix)", "B-Boy Blues (Jake One Mix)", "Shades of the Dark Continent (Jake One Mix)", "Sahnun's skit (Jake One Mix)", "Why? ft. AQ (Jake One Mix)","Click Click Boom (Jake One Mix)", "Click Click Boom RMX ft Damola, Poet, Ras (Jake One Mix)" (from the Maliq digital album Sleepless In Seattle/My Mind On Cap City)
  • "Pooman's Hustla" (by Kida)

2010

  • "Rock Star" (performed by Freeway on the UeRadioLive.com Mixtape)
  • "Salute" (from the T.I. album No Mercy)
  • "Armed & Dangerous" (from the Cypress Hill album Rise Up)
  • "Escalators", "Beautiful Music" (from the upcoming Freeway album Diamonds in the Ruff)
  • "Troublemakers" (from the Ghostface Killah album Apollo Kids)
  • "C Scrolls" (from the Canibus album C of Tranquility)
  • "One Of These Kids", "High School Sweet Heart" (from the JFK of Grayskul album Building Wings On The Way Down)
  • "All That Fire" (from the J.Pinder Code Red EP)
  • "Cry For Help" (by Fatal Lucciauno)
  • "This Is That Fire", "L's Up!" (from the Spaceman mixtape Earthlings Greatings - The Mixtape)
  • "Yes Indeed" (from the Kida mixtape The Endemic)
  • "I Wanna B W/U", "I've Lost Myself" feat. Joyo Velarde & "Pushed Aside/Pulled Apart" feat. Lateef the Truthspeaker (from the Lyrics Born album As U Were)
  • "All The Way Live" (by Esinchill of Digital Underground)

2011

2012

2013

2014

References[edit]

  1. ^ Palermo, Thomas (2008) "Jake One Readies New Album", XLR8R, September 5, 2008
  2. ^ a b c Matos, Michaelangelo (2004) "Rocketship Blowing Up", Seattle Weekly, November 10, 2004
  3. ^ a b Fleury, Serge (2007) "Jake ONE - Numero Uno", Six Shot, 22 December 2007
  4. ^ "Jake One", Built From Skratch, 2008
  5. ^ Ketchum, William E. III (2008) "Producer's Corner: Jake One", hiphopdx, May 9, 2008
  6. ^ Sawyers, Hubert III (2007) "In The Crates", Drop Magazine, July 31, 2007
  7. ^ Hale, Andreas (2008) "Little Brother, Freeway, Young Buck & MF Doom On One Album?", hiphopdx, April 1, 2008
  8. ^ Get Rich or Die Tryin' production credits, New York Times
  9. ^ The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift production credits, New York Times
  10. ^ Gone Baby Gone production credits, New York Times
  11. ^ [1]", BallerStatus
  12. ^ "[2]", HipHopSite
  13. ^ "Drake Previews New Music". Rap Radar. June 26, 2012. 

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