Is drinking lean—the mix of Sprite and promethazine cough syrup—a dangerous habit or a misunderstood pastime? Houston rap legends Paul Wall and Slim Thug know a thing or two about sippin’ on the syrup and explained the nuances of what’s become a widespread habit for many.
Three studio LPs and several mixtapes later, Slim Thug is still moving like a boss in the proverbial game of life.
Lupe Fiasco’s new visual for “Adoration Of The Magi” features some NSFW scenes that make his message that much more clear.
Slim Thug might not be the first person one thinks of when thinking of long-term finances, but the Houston rapper’s cautionary tale might provide some much-needed insight to investors and homeowners. Slim Thug penned a column for the New York Times‘ “Your Money” op-ed section, detailing how a failed romance morphed into him losing $200,000.
Bun B and Scarface aren’t the only socially revered Hip-Hop figures in Houston. They paved the way for plenty of notable rappers to make headway after them, especially Slim Thug, who was recently honored with his own day; “Thugga Day,” on February 25.
Nipsey Hussle will let it be known that he’s a Westsider for life, as if his booming Crenshaw campaign wasn’t enough evidence to convince the general public otherwise.
Can thugs be defined as entrepreneurs? That’s basically what CNN’s Don Lemon asked Slim Thug during a recent segment on CNN discussing the definition of the word “thug.”
Slim Thug was on his boss flow before it became trendy amongst every other rapper. To remind the people who intially paid the cost, he’s titled his new album, Boss Life.
Birthdays make for the utmost reason for celebration and in the city of Los Angeles, you can expect that tenfold. Rap-A-Lot Records CEO, Jas Prince took to L.A.’s Supperclub Tuesday night (Oct. 29) to usher in another year of living and the stars soon followed.
MTV Cribs chronicled the lives of so many professed ballers throughout the years, they had to have known they were making a mistake.
There are some artists that can handle the responsibility that comes with social media, and then you have those who just do entirely too much. Whether it’s sharing worthless personal information or beating us down with shameless self promotion, we need some rappers to show some chill.