Slum Village Had To Start Over When Jay Dee Left

Chart Attack caught up with ’s T3 who addressed the changes the band had to make when Jay Dee departed and was replaced by local Detroit MC, Elzhi. “We’re kinda starting over and bringing this new sound,” says T3. “We basically had to start over but still keep some of the elements of what people liked so much about Slum. And that was difficult. It was new territory forming with Elzhi and changing roles from where we were on Volume 2. But that’s one reason why we called it Trinity: it was always a three-man force on all things we did.”

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