It goes both ways too, as an increasing number of jazz musicians find much to love about hip hop’s energy and forward thinking production. In recent years, Toronto trio BADBADNOTGOOD have been frequent collaborators with members of California’s hip hop collective Odd Future. Their album III is this week’s Double J feature album.

They told us in a recent interview “the two genres of rap and jazz have a lot in common, the attention to rhythm and the feeling of it and the swing of it. Soloists in jazz could be compared to rappers and vice versa. It’s a really cool relationship between the two.”

Here are five more great tunes melding jazz and hip hop.