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Founding member of Slum Village, Baatin, has truly been an enigmatic force for Detroit’s Hip Hop scene. Baatin, translated as “The Hidden” passed away in 2009 due to unfortunate events but left 15 tracks under the working title “UNO ZERO.” The recordings found from Waajeed’s Bling47 Group and Los Angeles based OperationX, were later unearthed by LOVETURL, to provide Baatin’s first release in over 10 years.

Don’t Stop” is one of the songs that were a part of the “UNO ZERO” batch, which features production from Darnell Murphy. Today, we are happy to present the music video for the song which was directed by Ruff Mercy. “Don’t Stop” was recently released on all digital platforms as well as 7” vinyl with a remix from Dakim. –

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