New York City, United States
Slim discovered her love for wordplay in the seventh grade. Her English teacher had the class writing poetry and short stories throughout the school year in preparation for a book project. Inspired greatly by the mid-to-late 90's rap/hip-hop era, she quickly learned how to write lyrical masterpieces and flow over the soundtracks of her favorite artists. When her mother came across some handwritten rhymes at age 14, she told Slim right then that while they were good, she wasn't going to be a rapper as a teenager. "Go to college, get your degrees and a career first, then do what you want." And that is exactly what Slim did.
By way of Gun Hill in the Bronx, NY, Slim's rhymes are based on what she has experienced growing up on the block - love, loss, struggle, hope and triumph. A close friend recently described Slim's style as "storyteller rap, almost like Fabolous, Nas, and Slick Rick." She hopes you enjoy her music as she pursues this new endeavor exploring her musical talents.