Press Release | The Elixir Media Group, LLC
Slum Village's influence in the underground Hip-Hop world and beyond is undeniable. And while the group's lineup experienced significant changes over the course of nearly three decades, the Slum Village legacy has continued on the backs of OG member T3 and rapper/producer Young RJ. As the longest standing iteration of the group, their output consists of two mixtapes (2012's Dirty Slums and 2013's Dirty Slums 2), and two lauded albums between the years of 2013 and the second half of 2015 (Evolution and Yes!, respectively). Save for 2016's Vol. 0-- which contains early demo recordings from the group's original trio of Baatin, J Dilla, and T3 --the current duo's output has been reduced to mostly solo projects and individual features as of late.
Today those tides begin to change with the release of Slum Village's new single "Just Like You". Available on all major digital streaming platforms via Ne'Astra Music/Ingrooves, the smooth tune serves as the lead single from T3 and Young RJ's first album together in over seven years, and arrives on the final leg of their Fall In Love Tour in Europe. Produced by Young RJ, "Just Like You" features a guest verse from the Bay Area's Larry June, and vocals from old school Detroit Soul ensemble The Dramatics. It's the perfect groove for the advent of the warmer seasons, and retains the classic Slum Village feel.
Stream/purchase "Just Like You" here.
"Just Like You" arrives on the heels of Slum Village's guest feature on Larry June's "Orange Village", a standout from his new collaborative album with The Alchemist, The Great Escape. Slum Village's forthcoming album is slated for release in August.