Slum Village’s new single from their forthcoming June release Evolution is about a love relationship that should’ve lasted “Forever.”
Friday night Slum Village had their release party for Dirty Slums 2 and it turned into an evening of karaoke for their classics and anticipation for the mixtape that comes out Tuesday. The crowd sang along to “Hold Tight,” “Players” and screamed in unison for “Raise It Up.” And Big Pooh joined them for an [...]
“Decadence/How It Feel” is a single from their Dirty Slums 2 mixtape that is due for release on January 29th.
Designer Phil Young Song has designed a J.Dilla action figure that will be sold by the J.Dilla Foundation later this year. It would be nice if they sold it with a re-issue of the Welcome 2 Detroit album.
Rich Medina talks about the origins of J.Dilla’s version of Brother Jack McDuff’s “Oblighetto” and how the song was also used for “Scenario” by A Tribe Called Quest.
Kenny Dixon Jr. aka Moodymann share his memories of Dilla.There’s a funny story about the both of them being in Paris around the same time and a woman who overheard the story.
Get More: Lil Wayne, Music News 2. What does Nicki Minaj feeling disrespected by HOT97 have to do with her ditching her professional responsibility to the fans who paid money and made provisions to see the concert? And since when did Lil’ Wayne start “respecting” women?
Slum Village goes back to the beginning and showcases their Conant Gardens neighborhood in Detroit where it all started in this video for “Reppin’.”
Horrocore pioneer Esham is another collaborator on the J.Dilla Rebirth of Detroit project. This is the video for “Big Thangs.”
“Dillatroit” is from J.Dilla’s Rebirth Of Detroit that will come out tomorrow on Ruff Draft Records. Supa Emcee, Nick Speed and Guilty Simpson all take turns rapping about Dilla’s influence on the next wave of Detroit hip-hop.