- 9 years ago
A few short years ago, Houston, Texas’ thriving underground hip-hop scene exploded into the mainstream, turning quite a few rappers who, to that point, had achieved only regional recognition into celebrities seemingly overnight. One of the subgenre’s most notable success stories is that of Slim Thug, whose first brush with national renown came as a result of his appearance on Mike Jones single Still Tippin’. The major-label debut, Already Platinum, that followed soon after cemented his status as a Houston icon and had fans everywhere waiting with bated breath for his followup.
Though label politics at Geffen prevented Slim from dropping another album for close to four years, his fans continued to anticipate his return. Now, after taking his Boss Hogg Outlawz label to indie E1 Ent., he is preparing for the March 24th release of his second LP. Featuring Jim Jonsin-produced lead single “I Run” and the reader-approved “Show Me Love,” Boss of All Bosses will mark S