Unreleased Slum Village Demo (OH MY!!!)

Courtesy of T3’s Night Gallery (here’s his blog): Slum Village – Drop The Drums (here’s the track)

Wo-ooooow, listen to Baatin with the Sammy Davis impersonation. SV does fast rap… this is awesome. Check out Dilla sounding like Das Efx. Whew!

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EDIT: Added aids to find the track and T3’s blog for my man Ethan. What up E!

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  • Dante LaSalle

    Thank you.

  • Dante LaSalle

    Thank you.

  • hugh whitaker

    Baatin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! where you at

  • hugh whitaker

    Baatin!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! where you at

  • : 2:37am :

    respect…

  • : 2:37am :

    respect…

  • justin

    Thanks for posting this Gambit, I wouldn’t have known about it otherwise!

  • justin

    Thanks for posting this Gambit, I wouldn’t have known about it otherwise!

  • Hoser Dave

    Thanks Brother GAM!

  • Hoser Dave

    Thanks Brother GAM!

  • Disgruntledraplistener

    It’s interesting to hear that SV could actually RAP once upon a time, long long ago… And, I always wondered why they did that stupid Kermit The Frog/Sammie Davis Jr. thing on “Fall In Love”. Dudes certainly knew how to ruin a good Jay Dee beat, I’ll give’em that.

  • Disgruntledraplistener

    It’s interesting to hear that SV could actually RAP once upon a time, long long ago… And, I always wondered why they did that stupid Kermit The Frog/Sammie Davis Jr. thing on “Fall In Love”. Dudes certainly knew how to ruin a good Jay Dee beat, I’ll give’em that.

  • Hubert

    @Disgruntledraplistener
    Slum Village may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but their impact is undeniable. All this so-called “swagger” that the rappers like to use now was scoffed when Fantastic 1 and 2 were released, but now the kids cannot get enough. I think the download speaks for itself. SV knew what they were doing.

    And to everyone else, you’re welcome!

  • Hubert

    @DisgruntledraplistenerSlum Village may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but their impact is undeniable. All this so-called “swagger” that the rappers like to use now was scoffed when Fantastic 1 and 2 were released, but now the kids cannot get enough. I think the download speaks for itself. SV knew what they were doing.And to everyone else, you’re welcome!