瀬葉 淳 (Seba Jun)
Discography of Nujabes:
|#||Cover||Release title||Total tracks||Download mp3 album||Release date||Label fo release|
|1||Peoples Don't Stray||5||1999|
|2||Samurai Champloo Music Record - Departure||17||2004-06-23||Victor|
|3||Samurai Champloo Music Record - Impression||23||2004-09-22||Victor|
|4||Ain't No Mystery||5||1999||Hyde Out Recordings|
|5||Luv(sic.)||5||2001||Hyde Out Recordings|
|6||F.I.L.O (First In Last Out)||4||2003||Hyde Out Recordings|
|7||Lady Brown||4||2003-09-17||Hyde Out Recordings|
|8||Still Talking To You / Steadfast||2||2003-04-03||Handcuts Records|
|9||Next View||2||2003-07-30||Hyde Out Recordings|
|10||Flowers / After Hanabi||2||2003||Hyde Out Recordings|
|11||Metaphorical Music||15||2003-08-21||Dimid Recordings|
|12||Modal Soul||14||2005-11-11||Hyde Out Recordings|
|13||Blessing It / The Final View||4||2002||Hyde Out Recordings|
|14||D.T.F.N. / Shades Of Nostalgia||5||2005||Hyde Out Recordings|
|15||Dimension Ball Tracks Volume 1||2||2001||Hyde Out Recordings|
|16||Thank You||5||2007||Hyde Out Recordings|
|17||Ain't No Mystery Remixes||4||2000||Hyde Out Recordings|
|18||Reflection Eternal / Another Reflection||2||2010-05-00||Hyde Out Recordings|
|19||Homeward Journey||3||2010-08-14||Hyde Out Recordings|
|20||Modal Soul||14||2005-11-11||Libyus Music|
|21||Luv(sic) Part 4||3||2011-06-08||Hyde Out Recordings|
|22||Metaphorical Music||15||2011-06-15||Hyde Out Recordings|
|23||Spiritual State||14||2011-12-03||Hyde Out Recordings|
|24||Metaphorical Music||15||2003-08-21||Dimid Recordings|
|25||Reflection Eternal / Imaginary Folklore||2||2012-03-16||Hyde Out Recordings|
|26||Spiritual State - Tribe Edition||18||2011-12-03||Hyde Out Recordings|
|27||Sweet Sticky Thing||36||1998||Hyde Out Recordings|
|28||Tribe Sampler Vol. 1||12||2003||Tribe|
|29||Hydeout Sound Lab||3||Hydeout|
|30||Luv(sic) Part 5||4||2012-12-12||Hyde Out Recordings|
Born: February 7, 1974, in Japan.
Died: February 26, 2010, in Tokyo, Japan (aged 36).
Nujabes (pronounced: Noo-Jah-Bess), artist name of Jun Seba, was a Japanese hip-hop music producer. The artist name is his real name spelled backwards.
Nujabes was the owner of the "[l=Tribe (2)]" record shop in Shibuya, Tokyo, and also ran his own independent record label, [l=Hyde Out Recordings]. "Tribe" is now also a label that releases 7" records of songs by various friends and associates, such as Uyama Hiroto and Five Deez.
His music is known for a strong cool jazz influence, frequently using samples from artists like Miles Davis and Yusef Lateef.
He was also a member of the production duo Urbanforest, an experimental collaboration with Nao Tokui, appearing on the "[r=496638]" 12". He died after a car accident in Tokyo.