Slum Village‘s influence in the underground hip hop world & beyond is undeniable. And while the group’s lineup experienced significant changes over the course of nearly 3 decades, the SV legacy has continued on the backs of OG member T3 alongside MC/producer Young RJ. As the longest standing iteration of the group, their output consists of 2 mixtapes (Dirty Slums & Dirty Slums 2) as well as 2 lauded albums between the years of 2013 and the second half of 2015 in the form of Evolution & Yes! respectively. It should be noted however that Vol. 0 in 2016 contained early demo recordings from the original lineup of the late Baatin, the late J Dilla & T3. The current duo’s output has been reduced to mostly solo projects and individual features as of late. Today sees those tides begin to change with the release of Slum Village’s new single “Just Like You” off their upcoming 9th album & their first of all new material in 8 years set to be released through Ne’Astra Music Group & INgrooves Music Group sometime soon. The song features The Delfonics on the hook & a guest verse from Larry June, who had reunited T3 & Young RJ on his latest critically acclaimed album The Great Escape last month
Subscribe To Our Weekly NewsletterStay Updated With Exclusive Content, News, & Events Straight To Your Inbox!
Larry June’s 9th Album “The Great Escape” Produced by The Alchemist is His Finest Yet (Album Review)
March 31, 2023
March 25, 2022
February 12, 2021