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Slum Village team up with Mick Boogie once again to deliver the sequel to their acclaimed mixtape, Dirty Slums.
To commemorate Notre Dame’s run to the BCS National Championship, adidas partnered with DJ Mick Boogie to recreate the infamous Fighting Irish anthem, “Victory March,” with a Hip-Hop spin. nVMe (pronounced “envy me”) Productions and Mick Boogie chopped up the fight song’s horn section, and layered it with hard hitting drums and hi-hats that give the historical song a refreshing feel. Donwill of […]
Slum Village drops a joint video for “God Sent” and “Hunger,” featuring Focus and Vice. Both records appear on SV’s recently released The Dirty Slums mixtape project with Mick Boogie. For those having trouble keeping up, the Detroit repping Slum Village now consists of T3, producer Young RJ and the late J. Dilla’s brother, Illa J. […]
Detroit’s own Slum Village teams up with Mick Boogie to release, The Dirty Slum, a new project featuring a star studded lineup that includes Phonte, De La Soul, Phife, Black Milk, and Big Sean. My only question is, does this include eLZhi?! Guess you’ll have to download and find out.
Mick Boogie combined two of the illest albums in Hip-Hop History, Illadelph Halflife and Illmatic, and came up with this masterpiece. A 36 track mix of rarities and remixes from The Roots & Nas, who’ll both be performing at the Madden Bowl on February 2nd. There shouldn’t be much that needs to be said to convince […]
With the release of Big Boi’s “Sir Luscious Left Foot” and Ricky’s “Teflon Don” album right around the corner, many Hip-Hop heads are getting real anxious for 2 of the summer’s biggest albums. However, a new mixtape has emerged thanks to DJ Mick Boogie that combines these two Hip-Hop vets, and mixes some of their […]
mick boogie feat. kidz in the hall donnis the kid daytona – class of our own