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Slum Village, “Yes Yes”

​Slum Village’s tribute on the birthday of founding member Jay Dee, aka J Dilla, features a leftover beat from the late producer, while the crew, including original member T3 and Dilla’s brother Illa J brings it back to that Fantastic Vol 2 vibe.

posted: March 28th, 2014, 12:51am



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Yancey Boys feat. Common, Dezi Paige, “Quicksand”

​Common, Frank Nitt, and Yancey Boys project leader Illa J team to do justice to a simple acoustic guitar loop beat from J Dilla’s posthumous archive. Off of… Watch

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Slum Village, “Braveheart”

​The Slum tries its hand in a more savage style, dipping their toes in a horrorcore vibe. Off of their new project Evolution. Watch

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Slum Village, “Forever”

​Slum Vill wonders where the love went in their typical understated delivery. From their forthcoming album Evolution. Watch

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Slum Village, “Decadence” & “How It Feel” (feat. Guilty Simpson)

​The new look Slum Vill shows off its range, from Detroit street grime to Detroit community and family. Watch

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Yancey Boys feat. Frank Nitt, “The Throwaway”

J Dilla left us but it doesn’t mean younger bro Illa J and frequent collaborator Frank Nitt will let the music die. New song off of Delicious Vinyl’s posthumous… Watch

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Slum Village, “Reppin”

Latest from Slum Village, with original member T3 anchoring the crew, and still faithful to J Dilla’s original vibes. Watch