Nujabes had a significant effect on the hip-hop community in his local Tokyo. An archive shop owner, label creator, DJ, and maker, Nujabes — given birth to Seba Jun, or “Nujabes” backward — released almost two dozen singles and a small number of albums that shown his knack for nuanced, sample-laced beats. His debut recording, Metaphorical Music, premiered in 2003. Additional shows included his soundtrack work with the anime display Samurai Champloo, pass on across a set of 2004 produces, and 2005’s Modal Spirit, which he was became a member of by Terry Callier for an upgrade of “Regular Joe.” This year 2010, at age 36, Nujabes passed away in a visitors incident. The compilation Modal Spirit Classics II, in addition to productions by Funky DL, Abstrakt Idea, and Ta-Ku, among a great many other performers, were manufactured in tribute to him. The posthumous Nujabes record Spiritual Condition was released in 2011.