Alternate names: Jun Seba, 瀬葉淳
Birthday: Feb 7, 1974Website: http://www.hydeout.net/
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Jun Seba, born in the Nishi-Azabu district of Minato, Tokyo in 1974, was a Japanese record producer, DJ, composer, and arranger who recorded under the stage name Nujabes, his name spelled backwards. He was the owner of two Shibuya record stores, tribe and Guinness Records, and founder of the independent label Hydeout Productions. His style mixes hip hop and cool jazz, often sampling jazz artists such as Miles Davis and Yusef Lateef. He helped compose the soundtrack to the 2004 anime Samurai Champloo, which blends a feudal Japan setting with modern anachronisms, especially in regard to hip hop culture such as graffiti and rapping.
On February 26, 2010 Jun Seba died in a traffic accident. Following his death, numerous tributes were made by other artists from around the world, including his own label Hydeout Productions.
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