J Dilla’s Music Lives On In Latest Slum Village Cut, We On (Audio)

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It’s been 8 years since tragedy struck the Hip-Hop world and Detroit based group Slum Village when music producer extraordinaire, J Dilla, passed away as a victim to lupus. Despite his passing, Dilla’s music continues to live on in the community, and today Slum Village drops another Dilla soundscape with their latest single, “We On.”

Sultry vocals from Kam Corvet set up the chorus as Slum Village lays down smooth lyricism over J Dilla’s light, popping instrumentals. Cop this and more on Slum Village’s aptly named EP, Vintage, which features Black Milk, Frank Nitt, and even more J Dilla beats.

Also be sure to look out for their upcoming LP, YES, later this fall with features from Chance The Rapper, Jon Connor, De La Soul, and more.

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