When an artist finally makes it to the top they’d be advised not to look down, for fear that they might just fall. After all, it is a really really LONG Way Down. This is part of the reason veteran group Slum Village refuses to fall, making great music despite group dynamic changes for almost 17 years. Their latest song release, yet another sneak peak from Dirty Slums 2, LONG ensures their footing at the top. Backed by a ruthless, drum-heavy beat from group member Young RJ, SV’s T3 and guest Black Milk share the spotlight, rattling of powerful lines with similarly edgy, unwavering flows. Victor Scope, lends his emotion-filled vocals to the hook. Dirty Slums 2, set for release next week, will be available for full stream and purchase right here on DJBooth.
Written by Lucas G. on 01/22/13
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"I'm Cheatin' (Remix) ft. Slum Village" (2008)
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