Barak Records is set
to drop the third installment of its Dirty District Series, which is scheduled
to be released nationally on June 6.
Hosted by the
legendary Brucie B, Dirty District Vol. 3 is highlighted by appearances
from Slum Village's Baatin and a special DJ Scrap Dirty Slum Village mix containing
unreleased remix material by late producer Jay Dee.
The album also
features Planet Asia, Frank N Dank, Phat Kat, Black Milk, Aftermath Records'
Bishop Lamont, Proof of D-12 and Detroit soul sensation Dwele.
RJ Rice, CEO of
Barak Records entrusted the sound and direction of Dirty District Vol. 3 to
DJ Scrap Dirty, the label's new general manager.
him in as the G.M. because of his awareness and broad diversity, particularly
in the South and Midwest regions," Rice told AllHipHop.com. "Scrap's
business acumen is off the charts and he's well-versed in so many different
facets of the music business. He's a wonderful addition to our staff."
Vol.3 is produced in its entirety by the new face of Detroit Hip-Hop, Young
RJ, who has previously worked with Kurupt of Tha Dogg Pound, Proof and Slum
Young RJ is also
the sound architect behind Slum Village's single "EZ Up," which is
currently featured in a national advertising campaign for Chevrolet.