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Nas / Slum Village - Doping Classics 1 flac album

Nas / Slum Village - Doping Classics 1 flac album Performer: Nas
Title: Doping Classics 1
Released: 2006
MP3 album: 1867 mb
FLAC album: 1936 mb
Rating: 4.9
Genre: RAP / Hip-hop

Fan-Tas-Tic (Vol. 1) (sometimes spelled as Fantastic, Vol. 1), is unofficial debut studio album by American hip hop group Slum Village. It comprises songs from their demo album, which was recorded in 1996 and 1997, but not officially released until 8 years later. It was nonetheless leaked onto the underground circuit and caused "quite a stir" in 1997. The whole album was produced by J Dilla.

Official SlumVillage. Slum Village C-Sides. US: slumvillagebookingl.

Lead Artist: Slum Village Producer: Jay Dee (J Dilla) Label: GoodVibe Release Date: June 13, 2000 Why It Was Dope: With co-production on just two tracks-and those by Pete Rock and D'Angelo-Dilla's production at the time was changing the face of hip-hop and receiving universal praise.

Soulful Hip Hop Vol. 9: The Roots, Slum Village, J. Cole, CoryaYo, Pudgee, Naughty By Nature, Na. .by Mol. 678. 120. Chart positions. This show was 1st in the global soul chart, 1st in the global funk - soul - jazz chart, 1st in the global chillout chart, 1st in the global radioshow chart and 3rd in the global hip hop chart. hop - soul - jazz .

When 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.

The first officially released singles from his group Slum Village began popping up during this time period as well. Dilla’s first solo album, the beginning of the transition from the name Jay Dee to J Dilla, and the first release in BBE’s The Beat Generation series.

Ambrosia For Heads: Slum Village had quite the journey leading up to the creation of Fantastic, Volume 2, as you guys were in and out of a few different record labels before it actually got released. That album did so bad that they basically shut down the whole Rap Department at A&M. Continued success to you and the Slum Village team.


A1 Nas It Ain't Hard To Tell (Metoba Remix)
A2 Nas It Ain't Hard To Tell (Metoba Remix Instrumental)
B1 Slum Village Get Dis Money (Aja Remix)
B2 Slum Village Get Dis Money (Aja Remix Instrumental)