Slum Village featuring De La Soul - Turning Me Off

De La Soul unite with fellow legendary hip-hop group Slum Village to lay down the lead single

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De La Soul unite with fellow legendary hip-hop group Slum Village to lay down the lead single off the upcoming mixtape Dirty Slums, presented by Mick Boogie & Slum Village. The outcome being a pool of rappers making a commendable account of themselves over Young RJ’s production. The likes of Phife, Phonte, Joe Scudda, Vice Verse and Big Sean are also set to feature on the highly anticipated mixtape, due March 27. Listen to “Turning Me Off” below.

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