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The Hood Internet's STV SLV shows off duo's new direction

DJ/production duo The Hood Internet are known for their musical mash-ups. But with a new album on the way this fall, STV SLV and partner ABX are moving beyond their roots.

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STV SLV, one half of the DJ/production duo The Hood Internet, stoped by The Interview Show to talk the group’s history, his teenage dancing days and how he and partner ABX are moving beyond the mash-ups they’re known for.

With a Hood Internet album of original music featuring collaborations from many of their favorite artists coming this fall, STV SLV also showed off the duo’s new direction with a live performance featuring Chicago rapper Psalm One.

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