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Raise It Up - Slum Village - Fantastic, Vol. 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

9 thoughts on “ Raise It Up - Slum Village - Fantastic, Vol. 2 (Vinyl, LP, Album)

  1. 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 Village.
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  3. 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). Now, with the release of Slum Village's n read more.
  4. So much drama surrounded Slum Village's debut album: first they were dropped from Interscope, then Vol. 2 was released as a Euro import/boot, then they were picked up by Goodvibe, which put it out officially but later folded. The music was no less controversial - Swizz Beats keyboards were the rule and heads weren't ready for the loose, soulful beats and lazy rhyme styles.
  5. Slum Village is a hip hop group from Detroit, Michigan.. The group was formed by three members, rappers Baatin (–) and T3, plus rapper and producer J Dilla (–). J Dilla left in to pursue a solo career with MCA Records. Elzhi joined in his absence, after which Baatin also left due to health complications. Following J Dilla's death in and Baatin's death in , T3.
  6. Feb 10,  · referencing Fantastic, Vol. 2, 3xLP, Album, GVR I loved this album when it came out almost 20 years ago, and having followed the iterations of Slum Village, Dilla, and all his pre- and post-humous releases, I saw this copy at Lucky Records in Miami and had to splurge/5().
  7. Artist: Slum Village Title: Fantastic , Vol. 2 Year Of Release: Label: Ne'astra Music Group Genre: Hip-Hop, Instrumental Quality: FLAC (tracks) Total Time: Total Size: Mb WebSite: Album .
  8. two volumes of vinyl and a 2-CD set of studio recordings, the big band applies their own jazzy spin to Dilla's classic productions, with occasional assistance from the surviving members of Slum Village themselves. The end result is Fantastic , a hybrid blend of .

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