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Update: Still Slumming [R.I.P. Baatin]

Village People: Baatin, T3 and Elzhi

Despite losing their dear friend and partner rapper Baatin that Saturday morning (Aug. 1), Slum Village did performed at the Rock The Bells stop in Vancouver, Canada later in the afternoon. During their performance, SV members T3 and Elzhi dedicated their performance to the late rapper. "It's actually quite amazing," Rock The Bells founder Chang Weisberg told the Calgary Sun. "I don't know that I'd be on stage right now. I might be back home with the family, but they're committed. It's probably the best thing they could do right now to keep their minds off things."

Rapper Baatin (real name Titus Glover) passed away Aug. 1 in Detroit. His body was discovered in the 1400 block of Anglin Street and is at the Wayne County coroner's office. Circumstances around his death still remain a mystery. According to authorities, Baatin's death does not appear to be suspicious as they await the results of toxicology tests, which could take seven weeks to complete.

Baatin recently reunited with Slum Village (T3 and Elzhi) and will appear on the group's forthcoming disc, Villa Mainfesto (due out Sept. 22). The set's first single is "Cloud 9" (featuring Marsha Ambrosius). A video was recently shot in their hometown of Detroit.

In the meantime, check out this video of Baatin performing with Slum Village at their Chicago stop of the Rock The Bells tour.

Slum Village -- "SV Performance at Rock the Bells (Chicago)" [Video]

Slum Village plans to continue to perform on Rock The Bells with shows in Denver (Aug. 6), Los Angeles (Aug. 8) and San Francisco (Aug. 9) left on the tour.

Rest in Power, Baatin!