Top Slum Village Albums
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Vintage
Vintage
[2014]
Evolution
Evolution
[2013]
Dirty Slums 2
Dirty Slums 2
[2013]
B Sides (feat. De La Soul, J Dilla, Questlove, Skyzoo, Frank N' Dank, Focus, Vice, Phife, Marsha Ambrosious & DJ Dez)
B Sides (feat. De La Soul, J Dilla, Questlove, Skyzoo, Frank N' Dank, Focus, Vice, Phife, Marsha Ambrosious & DJ Dez)
[2012]
Villa Manifesto Instrumentals
Villa Manifesto Instrumentals
[2012]
Dirty Slums
Dirty Slums
[2012]
Fantastic, Vol. 2 (Instrumentals)
Fantastic, Vol. 2 (Instrumentals)
[2011]
Villa Manifesto
Villa Manifesto
[2010]
Fantastic, Vol. 2.10
Fantastic, Vol. 2.10
[2010]
Village Manifesto - EP
Village Manifesto - EP
[2009]
Fantastic Vol 2 Instrumentals Pt. 1
Fantastic Vol 2 Instrumentals Pt. 1
[2009]
J-88 (Digital Only)
J-88 (Digital Only)
[2009]
Sex
Sex
[2007]
Fan-Tas-Tic Vol.1
Fan-Tas-Tic Vol.1
[2006]
Fan-Tas-Tic, Vol. 1
Fan-Tas-Tic, Vol. 1
[2006]
Slum Village
Slum Village
[2005]
Prequel to a Classic
Prequel to a Classic
[2005]
Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit)
Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit)
[2004]
Trinity (Past, Present and Future)
Trinity (Past, Present and Future)
[2002]
Fantastic, Vol. 2
Fantastic, Vol. 2
[2000]
Related Information for Slum VillageWhen Slum Village emerged in the late 1990s, the highly regarded Detroit trio of T3, Baatin and Jay Dee made a startling admission: their group was a liquid association with members coming and going during the group’s evolution. True to their word, Slum Village has already gone through a number of line-up changes. Rapper-producer Jay Dee left after the group’s first national album, 2000’s Fantastic, Vol. 2 (Barak) and rhymer Elzhi was added to the mix for 2002’s Trin. read more