It’s the motherfucking remix of T3′s track from 3iller, available now on Itunes. LISTEN: T3 – “Gimmie A Beat (Remix)” (feat. Young RJ, Akida, Rapper Big Pooh, Focus, Vice Verse, Frank Nitt) T3 – “Gimmie A Beat (Remix)” (feat. Young RJ, Akida, Rapper Big Pooh, Focus, Vice Verse, Frank Nitt)
Produced By Young RJ, from T3′s EP 3ILLER, due out JULY 5th.
T3 gives some insight behind his new project 3illa, hitting June 21st.
Young RJ Rice (Slum Village) makes nice work of Aretha’s “Young, Gifted, And Black” for this Detroit anthem. Young RJ displays his production and lyrical abilities on the mixtape Seventh Son.
Some newly discovered footage of SV doing a soundcheck at some unknown venue. R.I.P. Dilla, R.I.P. Baatin.
New World Color has some vaulted Baatin material from 2007, just unleashed via it’s website. Mainframe on the track. LISTEN: Baatin (of Slum Village) – “Miss Brazil” Baatin (of Slum Village) – “Miss Brazil”
T3 dismisses recent talks of beefs and break-ups of Slum Village and some of the motivations behind the tracks on Villa Manifesto.
On paper, the prospect of a *new* Slum Village album – at this point in the game – just sounds like a bad idea. Two of the core members, J. Dilla and Baatin have passed away, and there’s already a shroud of negativity surrounding the group’s final LP, Villa Manifesto, as remaining members T3 and [cont.]
SV delivers the video to their lead single from Villa Manifesto, due July 27th.
The book will finally be closed on Slum Village with Villa Manifesto, dropping July 27th. Here goes the second leak, “Lock It Down”, produced by the late great James Yancey. LISTEN: Slum Village – “Lock It Down” (prod. J Dilla) (MP3) Slum Village – “Lock It Down” (prod. J Dilla) (MP3)
Looks like Villa Manifesto will be the last Slum Village LP. Being that two of the original members have passed, it seems kind of an obvious conclusion, but Twitter blew up today with #ripslumvillage posts, but something isn’t right with the remaining members – obviously some behind the scenes drama going on, judging from the [cont.]
Drake does his thing at the Microsoft Bing event in West Hollywood last night. During his performance of “Show Me A Good Time”, he takes the Dilla shoutout and turns it into an impromptu performance of Slum Village’s “Climax”. In the second clip, he fuses “Find Your Love” with Al Green “Let’s Stay Together”.
Onra steps up with “The One” (feat. T3 from Slum Village) from the album “Long Distance”, available now on All City Records. Video directed by Donal Thornton.
Slum Village will make a surprising return with their sixth LP, Villa Manifesto, despite the loss of two of the group’s core members, Baatin and J. Dilla. Dilla will be included on the LP on four tracks, with additional guest appearances from De La Soul, Phife Dawg, Little Brother, Dwele, and Colin Munroe, who appears [cont.]
New, old Slum Village stuff surfaces, courtesy of Culture King, produced by J. Dilla, over a beat you might recognize from Jay Dee Instrumentals V.3 (“Garage Band”). No word on if this will see official release anytime soon. Slum Village + J. Dilla – “Lock It Down” (MP3)
Missed this event last month? The Beat Junkies & Slum Village have released the full sets of J. Dilla tributes from Songs In The Key Of D @ Nightlife in Los Angeles 2/12/10, which you can get after the drop. – SET#1: THE BEAT JUNKIES: J.Rocc, Rhettmatic, Mr Choc, & Curse (MP3) – SET#2: SLUM [cont.]
There are not many reviews, that I have read, that give due to the producer of a record. If that statement is anywhere close to the truth, then let me be one of the first of these new breed of reviewers to-do so. What Young RJ, B.R. Gunna, and Carl Broaden, and Moss to a [cont.]
When Slum Village released their debut in 2000, Fantastic Vol. 2, they became the Little Brother of their time, as the trio received critical praise, heavy interest from major labels and saw the man responsible for their sound (Jay Dee) star rise. However, due to inter-group turmoil (Jay Dee left the group before their 2002 [cont.]
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