I don’t know if you consider Detroit’s Slum Village to be the same group as the original. I hear a lot of grumbling about it nowadays, but this track off the upcoming “Dirty Slums 2″, is dope regardless of personnel changes. The CD, featuring Illa J, T3 and Young RJ (who also produced the joint) is set to drop January 29th and hosted by Mick Boogie. I have always been an avid SV fan and I still am. What’s to debate if the music is (still) dope?
Detroit’s finest are back ( minus Elzhi 🙁 Â ) with a new mix tape fresh off their “Dirty Slums” mini tour. Hosted by Mick Boogie this mixtape has features byÂ De La Soul, Rapper Big Pooh, Phonte, Phife, Big Sean,Â Black Milk and more.
Got this from the homie Mazzi (S.O.U.L. Purpose). Senor Kaos is a dope new MC on the come up. Jazzy Jeff is of course the legendary producer/DJ for the Fresh Prince whose collaborations always lead to critical acclaim. This is a good look for Senor Kaos. Jazzy Jeff is of Jam Master Jay’s generation, but it’s good to see young artists like Kaos paying homage and to the late DJ/producer who produced RunDMC, Onyx, The Afros and early 50 Cent. Who knows what he would have added to Hip Hop culture in his later days had his life not been tragically cut short in an as of yet still unsolved murder.
The song is part of Mick Boogie’s tribute to Jam Master Jay “My Adidas”, sponsored by NiceKicks and MixStream. Senor Kaos supplies the flows and Jeff gives us cuts & scratches over the original Peter Piper beat produced by Jam Master Jay. HOT97’s Funk Master Flex has called this the perfect Hip Hop beat. I have to agree. I was a kid when the original jam came out and I can still listen to this beat forever. JMJ rest in peace.
DJ Jazzy Jeff & SeÃ±or Kaos “Peter Piper” (Jam Master Jay tribute)