Although originally completed in 1998, several record label hiccups delayed the release of the album, which many consider a modern classic.


While he is most associated for his golden touch for penning crossover hits Drake does know real Rap. He spent last week revisiting some of the classics.

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Since 2006, the good folks at entertainment and promotions company Hedrush have been celebrating the life and legacy of James “J Dilla” Yancey by way of its annual DC Loves Dilla Tribute Concert. This year, the two-day celebration of all things J Dilla in the Nation’s Capital feature Chicago MC and actor Common in a headlining […]

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The name Slum Village has gone on to become a genericized trademark for a Hip-Hop sound that fits the definition for many fans.

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Slum Village links up with De La Soul to kick bars over J Dilla production on “Right Back.” What more do you need to know? 

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A Joey Bada$$ video is sure to be inspired by a deeper thought. That said, the Brooklyn rapper delivered a mean clip for his BJ The Chicago Kid-assisted record, “Like Me.”

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Slum Village has manifested in an variety of ways since the untimely deaths of group members Baatin and J. Dilla. Today, the surviving Conant Gardens rep drops a song called “We On The Go,” featuring Black Milk and Frank Nitt.

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James Dewitt “J. Dilla” Yancey made music for any occasion, and fans are blessed with new audible treats in his wake. What’s a better time to debut an unreleased track than what would have been his 40th birthday?

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We have now officially reached the halfway point of 2013. Last week made us all relatively busy as Kanye West and J.Cole had people rushing to the store to buy their albums. This week didn’t feature a big event on the same level unless you count everyone going on and on about the TRACKLISTING of […]

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Slum Village is still on it, as they release two fresh joints called “Summer Breeze” and “Braveheart.”  Both appear on their new album Evolution, which dropped on June 25. They are definitely making this 20th anniversary a special one with great music and visuals for their fans.

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Slum Village will celebrate their 20th anniversary June 25 with the release of Evolution. Today, the Detroit collective whet appetites in the mean time with a hard hitting freebie called “Sirens” that didn’t make the final tracklist.

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Although most known as Eminem’s closest friend, late rapper Proof established himself in the 90s as one of Detroit’s most formidable rhymers. . Marking seven years since the MC’s passing, he was shot and killed on April 11, 2006, Paul Rosenberg unearthed some rare audio, with Shady Records sharing a visual treat from the vaults. The […]