Baatin™ "The Slumlord" - BAATIN Don't Stop flac album
Title: BAATIN Don't Stop
MP3 album: 1825 mb
FLAC album: 1749 mb
Other formats: ASF MP2 MPC AAC DMF ADX AHX
Genre: RAP / Hip-hop
A. Don't Stop (OG Version) Producer – Darnell Murphy. AA. Don't Stop (Dakim Producer, Remix –. Remix) Dakim.
Real Name: Titus Glover. Baatin™ "The Slumlord". BAATIN Don't Stop (7").
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Slumlord Chords by Bomb The Music Industry with guitar chords and tabs. VERSE 2: Same chords The super stares 'cause we're on the roof and drinking beers. I don't care, take a photograph if you want to. I ain't giving you shit, I ain't paying my rent Til I got hot water and my toilet's fixed. Try to kick me out if you want to. 'Cause I'll be away tomorrow. I swear I'm gonna find a place. I'm gonna do this right and find a place. CHORUS: BbM CM dm CM and I will tell my slumlord to get FM Out of my face. am BbM CM I get the world, you get nothing. FM am I'm done giving a shit
Slum Village is a hip hop group from Detroit, Michigan. The group was formed by three members, rappers Baatin (1974–2009) and T3, plus rapper and producer J Dilla (1974– 2006). J Dilla left in 2001 to pursue a solo career with MCA Records. Elzhi joined in his absence, after which Baatin also left due to health complications. Following J Dilla's death in 2006 and Baatin's death in 2009, T3 remains the sole surviving member of the original lineup.
In 2002, shortly after the release of the group's third album, Baatin began to experience health problems, which interfered with the group's music and touring performances. In regard to his health problems, he said: The confusion started verbally. "Slum Village's Baatin Gets Posthumous Video for Don't Stop - XXL". XXL Mag. Retrieved 2018-04-29.
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Baatin remained as an active member of the group until the early 2000s. In 2002, shortly after the release of the group's third album, Baatin began to experience health problems, which interfered with the group's music and touring performances. During this period, he went by the name "Baatin the Slumlord. In 2008, the dispute was resolved and Baatin reunited with T3 and Elzhi, and worked on the group's sixth album Villa Manifesto.
In the early 1990s Glover adopted the name Baatin, he claimed. Baatin remained as an active member of the group until the early 2000s. In regard to his health problems, he said: Suffering from mental illness and a drug problem, Baatin left the group in 2003. The song "Rapper's Delight" by The Sugarhill Gang, released in 1979, begins with the phrase "I said a hip, the hippie the hippie to the hip hip hop, you don't stop".
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|A||Don't Stop (OG Version)
Producer – Darnell Murphy
|AA||Don't Stop (Dakim Remix)
Producer, Remix – Dakim*
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Love Turl
- Copyright (c) – Love Turl
- Distributed By – Fat Beats Distribution