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  1. True to their word, Slum Village has already gone through a number of line-up changes. Rapper-producer Jay Dee left after the group's first national album, 's Fantastic, Vol. 2 (Barak) and rhymer Elzhi was added to the mix for 's Trinity (Past, Present And Future) (Barak/Capitol).
  2. Players by Slum Village - discover this song's samples, covers and remixes on WhoSampled.
  3. Jun 13,  · This song is off Slum Village’s album, Fantastic Vol. 2. It’s a diss directed at Proof’s rap group, 5 Elementz, and one of Slum Village’s staple songs. Legendary producer J.
  4. Jul 13,  · The official music video for Slum Village’s “Climax” from ‘Fantastic, Vol. 2’. Picturing Baatin and T3 doing all of their vocals to a simple metronome click is almost unfathomable, but.
  5. Slum Village has been played over times on NTS, first on 5 September Slum Village's music has been featured on episodes. When Slum Village emerged in the late s, the highly regarded Detroit trio of T3, Baatin and Jay Dee made a startling admission: their group was a liquid association with members coming and going during the group's evolution.
  6. At a time when the public demanded bombast from it's artists, Slum Village embodied introversion and intimacy. At a time when shiny music was in fashion, Slum Village made songs cloaked in the dirt and dark mystery of Detroit. Fantastic Vol. 2 has indelible beats and stellar raps, but beyond that, it's more than anything a master class in mood.
  7. Slum Village is the fifth studio album by American hip hop group Slum Village, released on October 25, on the independent label Barak Records.. The release includes a bonus DVD which includes footage on the making of the album as well as an interview with T3 and Elzhi on the group's history. The DVD also features Slum Village's first two music videos "Climax (Girl Shit)" and "Raise It Up.
  8. Fantastic, Vol. 2, an Album by Slum Village. Released 13 June on Good Vibe (catalog no. GVR; CD). Genres: Hip Hop. Featured peformers: Todd Fairall (engineer), Buzz Amato (engineer), Kirk Yano (engineer), Michael Tocci (engineer), R.J. Rice (executive producer, director), Timothy Maynor (executive producer, manager), Eric Zimmermann (mastering), John McClain (director), Drew.
  9. Jun 04,  · With the *Fan-Tas-Tic: A Jay-Dee Production *box set, we're given the most concise and thorough presentation ever of the formative years of Slum .

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