Thursday, May 24, 2012
Slum Village bring in Skyzoo and Focus to remix the Dirty Slums track "Church." Once again, Sky KILLS it.
Slum Village ft. Skyzoo & Focus - Church (Remix)
Download: Slum Village ft. Skyzoo & Focus - Church (Remix)
Props to HHNM
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
Slum Village gives us 2 for the price of 1 as Vice and Focus star in the visuals to Dirty Slums tracks "God Sent" and "Hunger."
Props to TWV
Previously: Mick Boogie & Slum Village - Dirty Slum [New Mixtape]
Wednesday, March 28, 2012
Group drama and tragedy aside, Slum Village's music is legendary. DJ Mick Boogie, always one to preserve the legacy of Hip Hop gems, put together the compilation tape Dirty Slums along with T3, Young RJ and Illa J the group's current lineup.
1. Mick Boogie & nVMe Intro *All Songs Produced by Young RJ
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 (f/ Focus…)
8. Slum Village: Fresh (f/ Rapper Big Pooh & Vice)
9. Slum Village: Turnin’ Me Off (f/ De La Soul)
10. Slum Talks About Native Tongues
11. Slum Village: Beats and Breaks
12. Slum Village: Special (f/ Phonte)
13. Slum Village: They Say Remix (f/ Rapper Big Pooh & Phife) #
14. Slum Village: The Hard Way (f/ Focus… & Joe Scudda) #
15. Slum Talks About The Legacy
16. Slum Village: They Don’t Know (f/ Vice & J Ivy)
17. Slum Village: Mortal Kombat (f/ Vice & DJ Bonics)
18. Slum Talks About The Future
19. Slum Village: Da Essence (f/ Vice)
20. Slum Village: Reppin’
Except # Produced by Focus… and * Produced by nVMe
Download: Mick Boogie & Slum Village - The Dirty Slum [Mixtape]
Props to Rap Radar
Previously: Slum Village ft. De La Soul - Turning Me Off [Prod. by Young RJ]
Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Slum Village links up with another legendary crew on the De La Soul featured "Turning Me Off," the lead single from their mixtape Dirty Slums presented by Mick Boogie. The project is set for a March 27th release and will feature Rapper Big Pooh, Phonte, Phife, Big Sean, Skyzoo, Joe Scudda, and more.
Tuesday, December 6, 2011
Detroit may be a pretty long distance from D.C., but that didn't stop emcee Obii Say from being heavily influenced by the likes of the late J. Dilla and Slum Village. On his latest project Donuts for the Villagers Obii reminds us how important their music has been to Hip Hop as he rhymes over classic Dilla beats.
Check out the visuals for the tribute's first single, "Hey, I Remember You," an honest love story about a man wishing he could be with a girl who's already been scooped up. If you're feeling it, make sure you check out Donuts for the Villagers after the jump!
OO~OOP to my Sorors in the video!