Slum Village - Dirty Slums 2

Production: YOUNG RJ

Lead Single: Decadence

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Veteran hip-hop group Slum Village have released their brand new commercial mixtape, Dirty Slums 2. The Mick Boogie-hosted, 15-track set, which is the Detroit trio's first release since 2010's Villa Manifesto, includes previously-featured records "Decadence" and "Riot." Guest features include Focus..., Guilty Simpson, Joe Scudda and Rapper Big Pooh among others, while YOUNG RJ handles the bulk of the production duties.

Fans and supporters of Slum Village can also directly purchase Dirty Slums 2 via The DJBooth. The premium version contains all high quality audio (320 kbps).

Fans can also check out Slum Village's previous albums: Slum Village - EvolutionSlum Village - Villa Manifesto

Written by on Jan 28, 2013

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