Slum Village is back with a new album, The Lost Scrolls, Vol. 2.

The project is a collection of previously recorded tracks between 1996-1999, and commemorates the 20 year anniversary of them finishing up their cult classic, 2000's Fantastic Vo1. 2. (the album was pushed back and delayed for two years after it was finished).

The 11-track project is super short, at just 19 minutes long but fans of J. Dilla should be happy to hear some tunes from the late legendary producer nevertheless. SV says the project features "additional relics" from that magic time period. It features the previously released track "Hold Tight" remix featuring Q-Tip.

Slum Village, which now consists of Young RJ and T3, plans to tour this summer to commemorate the anniversary as well.

Take a listen to The Lost Scrolls, Vol. 2. via Spotify below.


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