Slum Village - Reunion (Ft. J Dilla)(Prod. By Black Milk) | Music Video





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Published on Sep 1, 2007

This bootleg video was made by Timo710 for you to bump your head on. Follow me on twitter at:

http://www.twitter.com/TimothyBikkel and check out my new youtube channel at http://www.youtube.com/BikkelTV !

Slum Village:

1st verse by J Dilla (R.I.P) :
2nd verse by T3 :
3rd verse by Elzhi:

Produced by Black Milk :

Baatin's myspace :

For beter sound quality, click here: http://nl.youtube.com/watch?v=3qyT4Hx... it will reload the page, but then with high quality. no joke!

Finally, the GOOD version, of the Reunion Fanvid I wanted to make. Reunion was recorded in 2004 for the Detroit Deli (A Taste of Detroit) album. It features Dilla on the first verse, T3 and Elzhi rap about former member of Slum Village : Baatin.

"A lot of people think that's a Dilla track, but it was produced by Black Milk, Dilla is just rapping on it. Basically what happened was me and [producer] Young RJ went over Dilla's house, playing joints for him off the album 'cause we wanted to work with him on it. We played a couple joints and he picked to rap on that one. Originally it was supposed to be me, him, Baatin and Elzhi, but Baatin at the time wasn't feeling doing anything Slum Village.

Me and Elzhi already had our verses, then Dilla put his "rep mo' D than 12 Eminems" verse down, then Elzhi said, "You know what, I'ma keep it real. I'ma tell people what really happened with Baatin cause they lookin at us like, 'T3 kicked Baatin out.'" I didn't kick him out, he left the group. Elzhi wanted to tell the truth and he did it. That's when he put his "unlawful demons" verse down. He called Baatin up maybe like a week after he did it and was still asking him to get on the song, but Baatin never did.

It was supposed to be four of us but Baatin was going through his whole struggle. I'm kind of mad that we never got to make a reunion LP, 'cause me and Dilla always talked about doing it. It's kind of upsetting that we didn't get to close the Slum Village chapter like that. Now it's at a point like, where do we go from here?" - T3

Comments • 1,046

Seth Eheart
so much love. so tragic. appreciate every day and use every inch of your talent with the time you have. respect. RIP.
Michael Bulls
This sample is immortal
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D Kojo Gozo
actually one of the most beautiful beats ever
Radoslav Kolev
That Elzhi line made me cry - honestly....
john reed
Beat drops...instant head nodding
Oz H
that sample. props to b milk
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maybe a few meaningful songs, and i'm not hatin on El, he was an amazing choice to replace Dilla, but Baatin made the circle complete, he set them apart from other crews because he had a whole different style about him, not even to mention the cool voice. when i saw them perform one time, Baatin came out with a candle and posed in meditation on one leg, it was crazy! the spiritual aspect isnt there anymore
Timeless sample..... (John Abercrombie - Timeless)  So Black Milk knew what he was doing back then. He took from a timeless song and flip it to a timeless beat. Oh shit thats sick!
Rep mo D than 12 Eminems! Goddaaamn
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Eric Washington
elzhi verse brought chills to my skin...last verse to dilla...rip
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