Veteran hip-hop group Slum Village have released their brand new commercial mixtape, Dirty Slums 2. The Mick Boogie-hosted, 15-track set, which is the Detroit trio’s first release since 2010′s Villa Manifesto, includes previously-featured records “Decadence” and “Riot.” Guest features include Focus…, Guilty Simpson, Joe Scudda and Rapper Big Pooh among others, while YOUNG RJ handles [cont.]
Another one from SV’s Dirty Slums 2, this one featuring Baatin.
Detroit’s (newly formatted) Slum Village releases another track off the upcoming “Dirty Slums 2″, set to drop January 29th and hosted by Mick Boogie. Illa J, T3 and Young RJ (who also produced the joint) bless their fans with “No Mas”: “driven by a infectiously smooth set of strings that gets backed up by some [cont.]
From Dirty Slums 2 w/ Mick Boogie, due next Tuesday.
From SV’s upcoming Dirty Slums 2 mixtape with Mick Boogie.
From Slum Village and Mick Boogie’s Dirty Slums 2 mixtape, coming January 29th.
SV – which now pretty much consists of T3 – takes a more rugged approach for this song from the Dirty Slums 2 mixtape, hitting Jan. 29th.
NeAstra Music will release a ten-song B-side collection from legendary Detroit crew, Slum Village, called B-Sides, on December 18th. The collection will be released digitally at all fine digital download retailers, and features collaborations with De La Soul, Phife Dawg, ?uestlove, Frank N Dank, Skyzoo, Focus, DJ Dez, and of course, J. Dilla. The set [cont.]
Freshly released by Atlanta’s Stankonia Studios —one of the most heralded studios in hip-hop’s history—comes the infectious banger, “Turn Around,” starring the indelible Slum Village, Rapper Big Pooh, the fast rising Seattle rapper J. Pinder and star-in-the-making Go Dreamer of The Flush. The third single from the A3C Edition 2012 Mixtape was produced by the [cont.]
Bling47 Breaks takes you on a journey into samples used by J Dilla. In this episode, House Shoes reveals the sample for Slum Village’s “Hoes”. Filmed, edited and animated and directed by Waajeed.
New music from SV, featuring Vice and produced by Young RJ. From the forthcoming album, Dirty Slums: Evolution, hitting in November.
From Mick Boogie’s Dirty Slums mixtape.
1. Mick Boogie & nVMe Intro * 2. Slum Village: God Sent (f/ Rapper Big Pooh & Vice) 3. Slum Village: Just The Past (f/ Big Sean & Black Milk) * 4. Slum Village: Music (f/ Focus…) 5. Slum Talks About The Evolution 6. Slum Village: Hunger (f/ Vice & Focus…) 7. Slum Village: Church [cont.]
First single from the Mick Boogie / Slum Village Dirty Slums mixtape, hitting March 27th. Guests include De La Soul, Rapper Big Pooh, Skyzoo, Big Sean, Phife, Phonte, Focus, Joe Scudda and more.
Mick Boogie and Slum Village’s Dirty Slum mixtape is coming March 27th….
Naledge of Kidz In The Hall drops off a pair of freestyles, over beats from Slum Village and The Clipse, respectively.
Final mixtape release of Halloween is from Slum Village’s T3 and company. T3 (Slum Village) – “3illa Madness” (Mixtape)
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