This joint comes like a splash of cool water on your warm skin on a hot summer's day. It immediately transports you back to the early 90's with the guitar and bass vibe on it. Z-Ro and Slim Thug have "that thing" that will never fade with time and it
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I love the message behind Slim Thug's HoggLife Vol.4: American King joint Enemy. A very powerful and important message in the black community he represents. He's all about uplifting each other and working together, pulling resources for the betterment of one's community. The video actually sees Slim dining on
Thugga chopped it up with folk Rap Radar, amongst the numerous topics he dabbled on was his upcoming album, hustling independently, The Carters, the explosion of the Houston sound and then some. Listen to the interview below...