Slum Village will release their new album, YES!, on 6-16-2015 and will also be headed out on tour with the Soul Brother #1 (Pete Rock) for eight dates in June (tour dates are listed below). Today, SV unveils a new track, “Expressive,” f/ BJ The Chicago Kid & Illa J (produced by J Dilla) and also present the artwork and track-listing for YES! The album features guest appearances and production from De La Soul, Jon Connor, Phife, Dilla, Black Milk, BJ The Chicago Kid, Bilal, Illa J & J Ivy.
Official Tracklisting & Credits:
1.) “Intro” (produced by J Dilla)
2.) “Fantastic/Love Is” f/ Bilal & Illa J (produced by J Dilla)
3.) “Tear It Down” f/ Jon Connor (produced by J Dilla)
4.) “Expressive” f/ BJ The Chicago Kid & Illa J (produced by J Dilla)
5.) “Push It Along” f/ Phife Dawg (produced by Young RJ)
6.) “Windows” f/ J Ivy (produced by J Dilla)
7.) “Yes Yes” (Remix) (produced by J Dilla & Young RJ)
8.) “Right Back” f/ De La Soul (produced by J Dilla & Young RJ)
9.) “We On The Go!!” f/ Black Milk & Frank Nitt (produced by Black Milk)
10.) “Too Much” f/ Keely (produced by J Dilla & Young RJ)
11.) “Where We Come From” (produced by Young RJ)
12.) “What We Have” f/ Kam Corvet & Illa J (produced by J Dilla)
SV and Pete Rock will also be adding more dates for their North American tour; the new dates and stops are:
6-18-15: Greensboro, NC
6-20-15: Raleigh, NC
6-21-15: Jacksonville, FL
6-22-15: Atlanta, GA
6-23-15: Birmingham, AL
6-25-15: New Orleans, LA
6-26-15: Little Rock, AR
6-27-15: Dallas, TX
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