DIRTY DISTRICT VOL 1
Slum Village dedicated Dirty District, their 2002 mix tape for Sequence, to breaking over a dozen fellow Detroit MCs. Boasting a darker, dirtier sound than the group’s 2000 debut, most every track on Dirty District was recorded at one studio, with Slum Village compatriots Young RJ and T3 overseeing the production. During this time, Young RJ had also formed a production duo named B.R. Gunna with fellow producer, Black Milk. As a team, B.R. Gunna produced a handful of the tracks on the “Dirty District Vol. 1” LP (Sequence Records/Barak Records). Labeled as a Slum Village release, After T3’s own intro and a fresh track from Slum Village (“One”), Dirty District gets into it with dense tracks and excellent rapping by Lo Louis (“Throw That ‘D'”) and Elzhi (“Me and Mu”).