Legendary hip-hop group Slum Village–once comprised of late members J. Dilla and Baatin, as well as later member Elzhi–is set to make a comeback with their first album in seven years.

T3 and rapper/producer Young RJ, the longest-standing version of the group, will release the album this August.

Their comeback is ushered in by the release of the album’s lead single, “Just Like You,” produced by Young RJ, with a guest verse from Larry June and soulful vocals from Detroit’s The Dramatics.

The single retains the classic Slum Village sound that has influenced the underground hip-hop world for nearly three decades. The release of “Just Like You” follows Slum’s recent appearance in Larry June’s “Orange Village” off his new album The Great Escape with The Alchemist.

Slum Village has released twelve projects since forming in the early ‘90s, with their highest-charting album being 2002’s Trinity (Past, Present and Future). After 2010’s Villa Manifesto, Slum Village became a duo that has carried the torch for the past 13 years.

“Just Like You” is available now on all major streaming platforms via Ne’Astra Music/Ingrooves.